Get 25% off your purchase with the code: 25PLANNER. The code is available from April 26th to April 30th, London Time.
On today’s post, I’ll be sharing with you my main tips on how to get good grades. This post can help students, mothers whose kids are in school or adults that are thinking about furthering their education.
Here’s how you can get good grades.
When you’re in class, and your professor is explaining the matter, take as many notes as you can. This will help you retain more of what you heard in class, and it will help you study once you’re home.
2. Ask Questions
Don’t be afraid to ask for a better explanation about the topics you’re not fully understanding, your professor won’t mind, and it will help you get better grades.
3. Study Every Single Day
You need to keep your memory fresh and studying every day will help you understand everything better and not forget the little details. You’ll also feel more comfortable when it comes to exams or essays.
4. Plan Everything
Be on top of the exam days and make sure to write down what you need to study. This will help you to be more organised and more productive. Check these Planners that I’ve made, they were a life saver for me! Your grades will definitely improve with them.
You need to have at least 8 hours of sleep per night. Your memory will be sharper, and you’ll be in a better mood to study!
I hope this was helpful and good luck with your studies!
Thank you for reading it, and I’ll see you in my next post.
I’m a very organised person, I love to planning everything ahead, and I’m no different when it comes to finances. Since I started to be more and more organised, I realised that I was saving more money at the end of the month and thanks to it, I managed to save a lot more money!
Here’s how you can do it too.
1.Organise your Pantry and Kitchen
My pantry used to be a mess, and I’d find myself purchasing the same thing over and over because I thought I was out of it and in reality, it was just lost in the middle of the mess! So, one day I took everything out of the pantry and re-organised. This made a huge difference. I started saving more money because I stopped buying what I didn’t need.
2. Budget! Budget! Budget!
Writing down exactly how much you want to spend on each category will stop you from impulse shopping. It will help you to make better choices, and you’ll figure out how much you can start to add to your savings.
This tips goes along with the previous one. I started to write down my monthly budget, my expenses, bills, meal plans, etc! I started to have control of my money, and that made my savings increase a lot!
I’m extremely happy to announce that I’m launching a Monthly Money Planner! This Planner has a Budget Spread, a Savings Tracker, a Debt Tracker, an Expenses Tracker, a Bills Tracker, a No Spend Calender, a Meal Planner and more! I’ll leave the link here for you, and I hope this Planner helps you as much as it helped me!
I hope this post was useful! Thank you so much for reading it, and I’ll see you in my next one!