Look after yourself
Your career won’t thrive if you don’t – your physical and mental health is the most important thing so put time aside to nurture it (and watch your results skyrocket)
‘How you are’ is everything
In your final years of school, there can be a lot of pressure to study hard and get good results.
Which can mean late nights and early mornings (and not enough sleep), poor food choices, a lack of exercise, and social media pressures and dramas.
Oh, and being bent like a pretzel over your smartphone for hours each day doesn’t help either. So regardless of where you’re at with your studies, you need to take the time to chill out and look after your wellbeing as regularly as you can.
Eat some more vegetables, snack on some fruit and down a few litres of water each day. You’ll feel better for it faster than any coffee can make you feel.