Freelancing can be great. You get to work wherever you feel most comfortable, you can set your own hours & no one will judge you too harshly for working in a pair of leggings you frankly should have thrown away years ago (too suspiciously specific?) but haven’t because they are your “productivity pants” & you get your best WFH (working from home to the uninitiated) days in them.Read More
"Anxiety is often caused by chronic arousal of the sympathetic nervous system, & can be a result of sustained, high stress,"
Who else feels like this is their default position? Jodi Rose Gonzales, ATR, NCC, RYT200, a credentialed art therapist & yoga instructor highlights the problem & today, we will be suggesting some hobbies to help turn this default setting off (or at least , down a little.)Read More
With the prevalence of IMs, WhatsApp & memes, being able to hold down witty conversation (a la Jane Austen) is becoming harder and harder to master, affecting your ability to find work, or just hold a conversation. This is where networking can help you.
Ahh…. the humble networking event. Warm wine, stuffy suits and awkward conversations; an essential evil of freelance life. For many, a positively terrifying experience, but it shouldn’t have to be; be honest, how many of you go to an event like this, thrusting business cards into someone’s hands and shuffling, sullenly away?
We all know that here at The Study Room London, we are fans of plants they increase your productivity, creativity and your air quality. So why haven’t you adorned every shelf, corner and spare spot on your desk with some plants?
Here, we discuss a few reasons how plants can improve your working life and your wellbe
Those who work in ‘Green’ offices are found to be 15% more productive. How and Why you ask? Well, I touched on this briefly when I shared my top tips for productivity on article commissioned by belong mag and I thought I would go into a little more detail here.Read More
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.