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The holidays are over (unfortunately!) and school is already starting back up for me. If you didn’t know: I am a current full-time college student, studying Public Relations and Advertising. (Check out my post here for the 5 apps college students shouldn’t live without.)
While I love learning and my classes, it can be a lot to juggle both attending school and the blog sometimes. I’m always on the lookout for ways to be more laser-focused in my life, and I recently got the opportunity to try BrainGear out: a brain performance formula packed with 1,845mg of brain-powering ingredients that feeds your brain exactly what it needs for immediate focus, clarity, and concentration. Plus, it has long-term benefits like memory support and mood stability.
(Where has this been all my life?!)
I’ve been drinking BrainGear in the morning before I go to class and can seriously see a difference in my mood and overall focus…it makes me feel “in the zone” and clear, but not jittery or on-edge. Plus, it’s completely safe to use on a daily basis, so I don’t have to worry about what it’s doing to my body or anything scary like that.
One thing I love most about BrainGear is that it is NOT caffeine or stimulant based. It’s not going to give you the harsh sugar-crash that you may find from other drinks, simply because it’s not an energy drink! (I’ve never been an energy-drink kind of girl and don’t plan on starting anytime soon.) The caffeine found in BrainGear is derived from green tea, which I already adore. All of BrainGear’s ingredients are clearly listed, which I appreciate (I’m not putting anything sketchy in my body!)
Some other tips for staying focused in school:
- When trying to study or get homework done, limit your distractions. That’s right: put the phone + Netflix away. It may suck, but you’ll find you can recall your reading/studies a lot more clearly without the constant interruptions.
- Give yourself a break every now and then completely from school. It’s alright to step away from your studies for a bit, grab a coffee or chat on the phone with a friend, and then come back to school work when you are ready to fully focus again.
- Organize your space! If you have trouble focusing in class, try organizing your backpack or workspace. Surround yourself with little things you like: whether it’s bringing a cup of coffee to class, or even just using cute
pens/pencils to take notes. It makes a difference, I promise.
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of CLEVER and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.