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Study Tips for Sullen Teens of Any Age

A high schooler of my acquaintance was recently complaining that she “didn’t know how to study”. I didn’t realize until after I’d helpfully prepared this handy tip-sheet that she was probably just complaining because she had boring homework that had to be done over the summer.

Even the most enthusiastic writer who’s writing a project they really want to write sometimes feels like they’ve been assigned (or assigned themselves!) boring homework. Some phases of most projects are boring. But what are you going to do? It all has to get done.

My high school friend will almost certainly ignore these tips – and probably already lost the print-out – but maybe they can help you the next time you find yourself having a hard time doing what you have to do.

STUDY TIPS

P.S. – Feel free to download and circulate this tip sheet to any high schoolers you know so it can be ignored as widely as possible.

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This entry was posted on August 7, 2014 by in Creative Process, Productivity and tagged , , .
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