Constantly berating yourself for not spending your break “properly” can be counterproductive.
Parents, educators, and even the media have an unhealthy preoccupation with prodigies. This encourages students to do more than they should at a young age, which can develop into a complex about maintaining their competitive nature by pushing themselves past their limits.
As the vanguard for change, the fires of revolution burn hot in our blood, and these flames are only fanned by young Palestinians who are showing the world what it truly means to be a revolutionary.
When you still approach reading in its ritualistic form every once in a while, it won’t feel like you’re “making time to read” but simply reading.
While it is mostly always the formulaic films which get the attention, there are actually many superhero adaptations which are very profound in their own right and wholeheartedly deserve to be in the discussions of what is considered cinema.
While public speaking is important, it’s not the end of the world to not be the best at it.
Receiving a constant stream of praise can be quite validating, but it can be harmful for an individual looking to improve at their craft.
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While competitiveness amongst students can encourage more academic diligence, its darker side warrants more discussion.
The best way to manage time, therefore, is to simply stop letting ourselves become distracted for hours on end. And yes, this does mean that watching one extra productivity hack video on YouTube will be detrimental to this journey.