Friday, 11 September 2015


Helloo Jemples so its that time of year again where most of us are either back at school/college/uni or preparing to start. Whether you're new to any of these places or whether you're simply moving into your next year of study it's only natural for you to have some questions. We've all been there. But that doesn't mean the way you're feeling is valued any less, in fact it's these individual experiences that make life a lot more exciting and I guarantee that these experiences will help to shape the rest of your life.

We've all been in a situation where we feel scared or nervous and starting school is no exception; the sweat on your brow, the feeling of butterflies in your stomach, missing home, missing old friends, the feeling of getting lost, not liking your teachers, feeling the pressure of exams, feeling overworked, constantly tired, feeling conscious about the way you look or the clothes you wear are just a few of the feelings that seem to be common. I have definitely experienced a lot of these feelings in fact nearly all of them and am still experiencing till date. So I've put together a few tips that I think will help you to overcome some of these feelings and if they don't I hope they at least make you feel that little bit better.

Organisation is the key to success
No matter how hard we try to deny it, it honestly is. By organising effectively you'll be able to view things a lot more clearly not just by what's in front of you but the things that are in your head will also become a lot more clear. If you're one of those people who find it hard to organise all you need to do is find a way of organising that makes it more fun and easier for you. For example colour coding homework so you know which piece is due in next, making a weekly timetable using lots of different colours and stickers, writing a weekly to do list or even leaving reminders on your phone or laptop. It doesn't have to be boring so don't let it be.

Reward yourself!
I honestly think this is probably the most important of them all. Deadlines and exams can become quite scary and can make you feel quite pressurised so it's important to reward yourself. This can be something as little as treating yourself to your favourite chocolate bar, a coffee, snuggling down to read a few chapters of your favourite book or playing a game on your phone. All of these in moderation will make you feel a lot better.

Reach for the stars
Don't let anyone put you down the world is your oyster and you can make it however you want it to be. Follow your dreams at times it may feel like there getting you nowhere but hey no-one said achieving them was going to be easy!

Phone a friend
Well not literally, but keep them close to you they really do help. At times you may find it hard to speak to someone about something that's really bugging your mind and its at times like this where friends come in handy. They can help in all sorts of ways by offering advice, explaining bits of work or even just listening to you get it all of your chest. Friends come in all sorts of forms: as your parents, your siblings, teachers or even your pet! so don't go around looking for them crazily they might be snuggled up right next to you.

These years won't come back and it's these years that you'll look back and remember the most. By keeping yourself happy you'll be able to get a lot more from them.

And with that said I end my post here thanks a lot for reading and like always please please please follow me on my facebook, bloglovin and google plus it really does help me a lot. In fact I've entered a competition on bloglovin to see how much new followers I Can get so please follow me on there we really need to get that number up. Thanks a ton!

Lots of love


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