It’s hard enough to focus when there isn’t a cloud of coronavirus covering the planet. Or all the hubbub about what the exam will be like. Or wondering when it’s even going to be.
The stress of adjusting to “the new reality.” Dealing with uncertainty about the bar exam. Running out of yeast for your new bread machine.
You’re at the brink of feeling burned out before the exam is even happening.
First of all, if we’re quarantining, we should be thankful to have a place to stay and a refuge from everything going on outside (even if we’re forced to coexist with our housemates).
But it may be frustrating to not have a quiet place to focus if your go-to study place is suddenly gone. We’re stuck at home. Libraries are closed. Daycares are closed. Coffee shops don’t let you linger around.
Being productive in your bar preparation has become more challenging than it’s ever been.
How do you get into that flow if where you live is the only place left to study?
The two biggest killers of focus and concentration are external distractions and your energy.
Address each by designing your environment and optimizing your sleep as follows:Continue reading “How to Focus on Bar Studies While Stuck at Home in Quarantine”