Posts tagged Tasks
Question: Are You Burnout?

Burnout is a real problem.

I suffered from it. Many others have too. It was one of the reasons I started Methodical. Work & one’s social lives are now intertwined, which can be a good thing, or the complete opposite.

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Top Tips: Coffee - The Beautiful Corrupting Liquid of The Saints (But is there an Alternative?)

I am a Coffee fiend; most will say that they aren’t the nicest before their morning French Press… I’m positive I am the spawn of Asmodeus before I have had my morning brew (or third… it depends entirely on how late I went to bed the night before!). So, I am acutely aware of my addiction and how it impacts my life and work.
No project can start without a piping cup of the stuff in hand. It is simultaneously a blessing and a curse. My thoughts have even been immortalised in a quote from a dear friend of mine… I think it quite accurately sums up my relationship with the bean.

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Question: The SMART way to Goal Planning

Goals. We all have them. Some may be public, some may be private. But you would be hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t have them.

It is hardwired within us to set goals. How you conduct your relationships, what you want to achieve at your place of work or even if you want to venture out on your own.

It’s all about your priorities; what you want to accomplish from life, work or your hobby, consciously or subconsciously.

 

Life, without any goals can be for most people, chaos. You are subject to coincidence, circumstance and are a pawn in other peoples’ goals or objectives. Everything we do is a result of a goal. Want a specific job, that’s a goal; you want to master a hobby that’s a goal too.

Here, we will help you to set goals and targets, both personal and professional that you can identify, track and realise, without the pain of an existential crisis.

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Top Tips: Why You Should Bullet Journal

Journaling is something I hold very dear to my heart. The Study Room London would not exist if it were not for my need to keep on top of my tasks, goals and mental wellbeing; I know I am not alone.
Having been journaling for over three years, I have collated a list of tips and tricks to help you tackle, master and possibly develop you own Bullet Journal method.

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Food for Thought: Foods to help with Cognitive Fatigue

At The Study Room, we are big on productivity and we are not afraid to show it.
Anything that can help get more out of a day, whether it’s an indispensable pen that helps you write for longer or a notebook that you can carry anywhere and everywhere; but something we often neglect to think about when trying to be productive is the food we put into our bodies (and no, the chocolate and coffee we reward ourselves with doesn’t count).

So we have partnered with The Bare Scientist (@the_bare_scientist) a Registered AfN Nutritionist (and amazing Clinical research Scientist!) who not only creates meals that not only induce salivation, envy (seriously… this is the most delicious thing I have ever seen!) and her recipes are also vegan!

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