Good habits to adopt as a student

I wrote a blog about bad habits some time ago and thought: ‘why not turn it around and write a blog about good habits?” I know, my creativity is wild. What is something I, as a student, want as a habit in my everyday life? So, I did some thinking, some asking and some googling about what habits students should or could have. And here are my top 5 good habits I wish to embrace.

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To be perfect? A blog about perfectionism.

May 4th, 2022

Perfectionism isn’t a new phenomenon. It has been discussed in the media, in parliament, at educational institutions and researched. Yet I sit here and choose to bring it up once again. Because even though there are discussions in the corners, I still find that it infiltrates many people. I, myself, am part of this culture, and a large part of my circle of friends also fall victim to this pursuit of perfection and success. But to what extent is this culture created by ourselves and our inner voice, and how big a role do external factors, such as social media, companies and politicians, play in our zero-error society?

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Which role do I play in our group? Vol. 2

March 25th, 2022

In vol. 1 I introduced you to the concept of The Belbin Team Roles and identified who the thought-oriented people were and kicked off the people-oriented roles with the Coordinator. We will continue with the people-oriented roles and finish up with the action-oriented team members! So, if you haven’t read vol.1 I recommend you do that before you continue reading vol.2. Without further ado, let’s get started.

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Which role do I play in our group? Vol. 1

March 21st, 2022

Some groups work whilst others don’t – this is simply a fact. And this is not based on luck or friendship or how the stars align. Groups work well when people occupy different positions in a team. In this post, I will go through the different types of roles in a team, their strengths and weaknesses.

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Writer’s block and how to overcome it!

February 22nd, 2022

It’s not unusual to sit and stare at the computer screen without anything smart to write down. Whether it’s your thesis, bachelors or perhaps any other big assignment, writer’s block can happen to anyone. And more often than not, it comes when you have the least time for it. So, we are taking a look at how to overcome your writer’s block.

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How to stop procrastinating?

February 3rd, 2022

Semester start and thesis season is around the corner. Your friends are studying and writing, and so should you. But, first you clean the apartment, then you work out and check Instagram, then you call your grandmother and then you walk the dog – and suddenly, the day has passed. Sounds familiar? You’re most likely procrastinating your way out of studying.

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An overview of the Student Uprising ’22

January 14th, 2022

If you are studying a higher education, or you are about to study a higher education, then it probably hasn’t passed you by that the protests around the country have begun. But it can be difficult to navigate your way through what the relocation of the studies really means to your future. Are the politicians as unsympathetic as the protests suggest they are? Or does this regionalization plan really have a point that is beneficial to the future of the Danish education system? In this, slightly different, blog post, we try to create an overview of the Student Uprising ’22.

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Exam Anxiety and Stress?

December 30th, 2021

Your hands are sweating, you feel nauseous, your hearts pounding and you’re thinking “I’m going to fail”. Recognize this feeling? It sucks to feel like that – but you’re not alone. We have gathered tips and tricks to help ease your exam anxiety and stress as well as found places to get help if the anxiety becomes too much to handle.

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