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Sartorial Era

Graduating and moving to London was a huge change – not in terms of the move itself but the life structure. Now it’s about to change all over again.

Working full time means no more naps until midday during the week and no room for drinking shots on a Tuesday evening. Instead, a full time job that I love and weekends free to spend investing in hobbies and enjoying a wage. This structure is definitely more beneficial and of course helps me become a more responsible, organised individual. However, that’s all gone out of the window because this week, I am off work and I’m studying! Yes, I am revising and cramming this week. I’m talking about reading notes, making notes, reciting passages, learning a new language and making sure I’m hot on every single date and event. This means there’s a new structure to my day.

On Monday, I woke early and headed for the gym (for the first time since December) at 8am. After a quick shower and protein snack, I sat down to do some revision. By revision, I mean I did anything to procrastinate and not pick up a pen. Had I put the washing out, was the lounge tidy enough, had I put my Easter egg in the cupboard so I wouldn’t be tempted. Had I done prep for my lunch, are all my books in good condition. Nothing changes then but this time around there’s a new temptation – social media. Checking the latest on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook. Checking my work emails, reading some blogs. Getting motivated to do some pure, undistracted study now is so difficult. 

To give a helping hand, here’s what can help:

Good luck!

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