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5 Studying Superfoods

April 25, 2019

We all know that we need to eat five portions of fruit and veg to be healthy. But do you know that there are foods that not only keep your body fit, but your mind too? In fact, the food we eat is one of the most important factors that impact on how productive[...]
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Five Films That Will Get You In The Mood To Study This October

October 4, 2018
cosy night on the sofa

September just passed and October feels like the right month for setting goals, organising your time, diving into assignments and study time. For students, October has the feel of a fresh start; be it a new course, a new degree, or a new skill. But this[...]
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Which of These 4 Learning Styles Do You Swear By?

January 10, 2018
girl sitting on the floor using different learning styles

Which one of these learning styles works for you? Not everyone studies, or picks up information, in the same way. Scientists have come up with several theories to explain how different people respond to different learning styles. Visual, reading and[...]
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The 4 Study Skills Every Learner Needs

January 5, 2018
Student studying on the table

Motivating yourself as an adult learner is different to being at school or university. You might be more focused, but you’re more likely to be juggling family life and a full-time job. At Stonebridge, we tap into the ambition that we know[...]
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What can watching the Olympic Games teach us?

August 3, 2016
Olympic Games. Swimmer in a pool

The Olympic Games are in full swing. It’s all very exciting, but watching athletes compete in events, with what seems like superhuman ability, whilst we sit on the sofa, can make us feel a bit inferior. So how can we approach our lives in a more[...]
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Are you on the mind diet?

July 18, 2016
Mind diet. Blueberries and strawberries in a bowl

Nutrition is something that we all know we should be focusing on, but it’s usually our last priority. Keeping an eye on what you eat is about more than just watching your weight. Your diet can have a huge impact on your energy and concentration[...]
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Find your perfect study space

July 6, 2016
Study space. Using a laptop by a river

One of the best things about distance learning is the flexibility it gives you to choose when and where you study. You aren’t tied to a desk in a classroom, so you have the opportunity to find a study space that suits you. What makes the perfect[...]
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Fighting writer’s block

April 27, 2016
Fighting writer's block

Every writer gets stuck Fighting writer’s block is the key to staying motivated, whether you are completing an assignment, or writing your first book. “If I waited till I felt like writing, I’d never write at all.” – Anne Tyler, novelist. Here[...]
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Relax At Christmas And De-stress

November 26, 2015
relax at Christmas

Some tips to chill out at Christmas So you’ve put up the Christmas tree and lights, bought all your presents and now is the time to kick back and relax at Christmas. But as we all know, it’s always a hard time trying to unwind as there’s[...]
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Tips to Learn Effectively

April 8, 2015
tips to learn effectively

10 Secrets of successful learning no matter what your age or ability It may have been sometime since you’ve been in an exam hall or handed in course work. You may be a bit out of practise on when, where and how to study effectively. One thing is for[...]
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