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Study from home tips to suit your personality type

Posted on 06/11/2019 by

How to make your study from home dream work for you, no matter what your personality type.

Thinking about studying from home? Or already studying and looking for ways to boost your productivity?

This blog post is for you. Read on for study tips to suit your personality type so you can create your ideal study from home experience.

Tips for introverts

If you’re an introvert, you probably enjoy your own company and love studying from home in your own space. Introverts gain energy from being alone and prefer small groups to large gatherings. 

Given your personality type, studying from home is a great fit! However, be careful of becoming too socially isolated. Your challenge is to make time to socialise throughout your week. Whether that’s booking a few catch-ups with friends or working from your local cafe, it’s important that you spend time around other people. 

Tips for extroverts

If you’re an extrovert, you might find it challenging to study from home at first. Extroverts gain energy from being around other people and thrive in social settings (such as classrooms!). 

But, you can still make studying from home work for you. The key is to recreate a social experience. For example, you might make an effort to connect with a few of your classmates and check-in with them on the phone each day. Or, you might study from a shared space, such as a cafe, library, or a family member’s home.

As long as you’re aware of your extroverted tendencies, you can take steps to fill your social cup.

Tips for ambiverts

Not sure whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert? Many of us are a mix of both! And sometimes we feel different depending on what else we have on.

The best thing to do is to check in with yourself at the beginning of each week when you’re creating your study schedule. Ask yourself questions such as ‘do I need more time around other people this week?’ or ‘when was the last time I worked from a public space’? 

You might need to change things up each week to keep feeling your best. Happy studying!

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