I wanted to let you know about a great E-Book that should help you knuckle down with your degree study. In fact, it should help with anything you want to be productive in.
It’s $9.50, which in English money is currently about £4.50 (well, that’s how much it was when I bought it anyway).
I’ve got the book and I hope Leo is successful in getting it off the ground. His blog, zen habits, is also an impressive (free) resource. Even if you don’t want to make any purchase, zen habits is well worth making a regular read.
For your info, Zen To Done is a system for enhanced organisation and productivity, to “keep your life saner and less stressed, with a set of habits”.
Habits are, in my opinion, both good and bad things. If you develop something to the point of increased productivity, it must be good. Once the productivity wanes, it’s time to develop new habits!
Obviously, there are habits that are bad from the outset, but let’s not go there! That’s a different conversation entirely.
One last thing, I’m considering writing some reviews of general study books that are geared at university and Higher Education. It’s not a definite, but I believe it to be a worthwhile feature and I’m working on how I could go about reviewing some of the books. Sometimes, you just can’t beat the ease of a book. Easy to browse, easy to bookmark, easy to dip into. And with university, you can’t exactly get away from books, can you?