Once again, here I am, apologising profusely for my horrendously sporadic updating! It’s been over a month and I’m so sorry that it’s taken me this long to get myself together again – I’ve been super busy with revision and school work!
Firstly, HAPPY EASTER! I hope you had a fab Easter weekend. I’m so grateful for the work that God does in my life, giving my wonderful, supportive friends, a loving family, and most importantly, a chance to have eternal life through faith in Jesus. If you have any questions about my faith, please feel free to ask!
Today’s post is going to be about motivation. Like most 15 and 16 year olds up and down the UK, I’m sitting my GCSEs in just a few weeks (eeek!) and I’m struggling at the moment with revising and working as hard as I should be. So here are my top tips for motivation, I hope they help you!
1) GCSEs are over soon.
My exams finish on the 14th of June, and if you’re doing GCSEs, they won’t go on for much longer than that. I find that this really motivates me as I know that in under 2 months, it will all be over.
2) After GCSEs, you’ll never have to do the subjects you don’t like again.
I’m really looking forward to giving up maths and science as I’ve never enjoyed those subjects! Everyone has something that they can’t wait to give up! Just think… only a few more weeks of physics equations….
3) The exams are a chance to prove what you know and show off how hard you’ve been working.
Like most teens, I can’t wait for the exams to be over. I’m sick and tired of revising and feeling stressed. However, I know that all the work I’m putting in will be worth it as I can show how much I know and how much I want to get the grades I’m aiming for.
4) Picture yourself on results day.
This is perhaps the most motivating thing I can do. I know that I don’t want certain grades to be listed on that piece of paper, so I’m willing to do the work to get my personal targets! Picture yourself with your dream results and let that motivate you!
Thank you so much for reading and putting up with me, lovely people! Please share this post if you think it helped you and good luck with your revision!