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Mindful Thoughts for Students

Mindful Thoughts for Students

Mindful Thoughts for Students

Nurture your mind, flourish in life

Mindful Thoughts for Students is an astute collection of 25 expert insights into how practicing awareness whilst studying can transform learning into a positive experience every day.

Studying can be a stressful and anxious process, with deadlines and a focus on results taking away from the pleasure of learning.

However, Mindful Thoughts for Students seeks to teach us how to thrive in education despite these pressures, by teaching positive mindful habits which will bring out the best in our studies and in ourselves.

With each lesson accompanied by beautiful illustrations, teacher and student Georgina Hooper guides you on a thoughtful journey through the practice of studying with joyful intention.

Learn how to:

Mindfully manage the art of deadlines,
Find focus and flow in your studies,
Accept failure as part of the process towards success,
Cultivate a lifelong curiosity for knowledge,
And many more valuable lessons.

An invaluable read for any student or prospective student, this book equips us with essential skills which will help us find happiness in our studies and in our lives.

An astute collection of 25 expert insights into how practicing awareness whilst studying can transform learning into a positive experience every day!

For the Love of Learning

It is all well and good to preach the importance of staying on-task when we study. But this challenge can be made even more difficult when we are simply not interested in what we are learning. Discovering what sparks our interest can ignite in us a passion for learning that puts the wind in our sails on our journey as students. Mindfulness can offer us strategies to discover our passion and help us to foster it.

Self-care & Your Physical Self

Self-care might feel like a luxury you don’t have time for as a student. In the busyness of student life, it is all too easy to end up eating 2-minute noodles, hydrating with coffee and getting very little sleep, particularly in high-pressure periods. Engrossed in an assignment or project, we can lose ourselves in a state of flow and emerge hours later, ravenous and exhausted.

Teamwork & Tea Breaks

Study can be lonely and tough to do on your own. Being part of a team can make the student journey far more productive, and more enjoyable too – some of our best lifelong friendships can be forged under the pressures of study. In the sharing of resources, knowledge and support, in teamwork and tea breaks, we can find a certain buoyancy to weather the challenges of study.

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