The Chant

While the comfort of working in bed appeals to most students, working where you sleep causes a lack of separation between work and home, which leads to sleepless nights and unproductive days. Students should try to set up a separate workspace from their beds to achieve the best workday possible.  “Working from my bed definitely makes the division between my school day to the rest of my day more blurry than the days when I work from my desk. Along with that, it also makes it difficult to focus on school when in an environment I tend to relax in,” Magnet senior Abbey Corley said.

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