She says: “Before I knew it I was having to study in the evenings and take occasional weekends off to finish off TMAs at the last minute, all of which led to me not getting out on the bike anywhere near as much and snacking continually while I was having a study session. I’d give myself little rewards for managing to get a certain amount of studying done, but where it started off with a treat for every hour it seemed to relax somewhat to every 15 minutes or so.”
So what spurs you on? Carrie rewards herself with foodie treats but what’s your motivation to get that TMA in on time, to sit down and revise or complete an activity? Do you reward yourself as you go along or wait until the end of the course and splash out on something bigger? Or is completing the course reward enough?
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