Nothing like an afternoon on the Golf Course! Where is your current favorite study break🏌️♂️
I had a question on the Q&A last week about how long a study break should be so I figured I would talk about that a little bit. My answer was 15-20 minutes which I stand by for the normal break between topics or activities. What I didn’t include was my longer breaks. Personally, I always have taken at least a half day off on one of the weekend days. That was true through Step 1 studying and has been true through my Step 2 studying too. I think you have to give your mind time to recover the same way your muscles need to recover after a hard week of workouts.
I think the biggest thing I learned studying for Step 1 was that more does NOT equal better. It wasn’t until I started giving myself the time off that I needed, that I started to see my performance increase. Remember, if you are stressed and feel all over the place in your head, there’s no way you can effectively put new info in there! Keep that in mind during your next study session.
Do you take a day off? Whats your favorite study break, tell me down below 🔽🔽
¡Hoy me estrené como animadora! 🎤 Y por qué no hacerlo? Si en la vida hay que probar (casi) todo y más si se trata de algo relacionado a mi carrera.
Estuve en el @vagc_oficial animando junto a @marieferro98, una talentosísima periodista deportiva y futura colega, y la cosa fluyó increíble!
Gracias @fundacionmerand por invitarme a ser parte de este Torneo en esta 9na Edición del “Tee Off”. ¡Felicitaciones por su gran labor con las comunidades más vulnerables de Venezuela!❤️
Here's how my selections stand after the first day of The Open. A great round from Simpson was deflated slightly by a bogey bogey finish. Kuch was his usual consistent self. With DeChambeau needing a low round tomorrow.
There's a few future #TheOpen stars in the making at City Hall this week as the golfing action gets underway on the North Coast today.
Our Belfast #TeeOff continues until the tournament ends on Sunday, with play from 11am to 6pm daily.
Kids big and small are having a ball trying their hand at the nine-hole course which features a few familiar local landmarks.
Its totally free to take part too!