If you’re studying online for longer than usual, take some five-minute breathers that will give your mind a break and might even lead to great ideas.
Wrestling with the question indicates that you’re not accepting the usual assumptions and you’re up for a battle of ideas.
Try to put your work aside for a few days before proofreading it.
Spend the first hour of your day on the most crucial task.
Keep changing what you are studying to keep revision fresh.
The particular rhythms of repetitive tasks and tedious domestic duties can give you valuable problem-solving space.
Printing a draft is like taking out a map halfway through a journey to remind yourself of where you’re going.
Sometimes you can selectively prune your writing, but sometimes you need to cut a whole section.
Use a checklist of your own bad writing habits to correct and improve your work.