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How to Stop Feeling Stressed About Money
If financial anxiety keeps you awake at night, it's time to create an action plan to help conquer it. Whether you're worried about covering an unexpected expense, stressed about paying the monthly bills, or frustrated with an unattractive retirement plan, this in-depth post will ease your worries and help YOU take back control.
reviseordie:Something a little different to answer the question of 'How should I study?' I've done some research on the main three learning types- visual, auditory and kinesthetic, so just see which one fits you best (you might be more than one), and try out the six most popular methods I've found for each.
50 Tricks to Study Better, Faster and with Less Stress - Scott H Young
50 Tricks to Study Better, Faster and with Less Stress « Scott H Young This is the best and lengthiest list I've ever come across for study skills that doesn't annoy me by including or centering blatantly obvious things like "get good sleep" and "eat right" as "strategies". I recommend this list to high schoolers, higher Ed learners, and students with ADHD/ADD.
"Study Less, Study Smart": The Best Ways to Retain More in Less Time
When you're learning new material, it can be overwhelming when you think about how much time you need to truly understand it all. This studying technique can help you stay focused and take on more information with shorter study sessions.
Study Tips & Tricks — Alex Marie
Studying is very similar to organization: everybody has different methods. Some people swear by flashcards while others only use outlines. Finding what method works best for you requires a lot of trial and time. During each of my four years of high school I adopted a new method of studying until I eventually found what works for me.