How to handle boring uni lectures *with Trillr*

Today’s post is all about boring uni days and lectures, which most probably every student out there knows very well. If you are like me, you feel guilty if you don’t go to uni or leave the lectures earlier, but if you use your time during lectures for other things like online shopping instead of studying you don’t. I know that that makes absolutely no sense at all, but that’s how it is. That’s the reason I am showing you three tips for boring uni lectures in collaboration with Trillr today.

Online shopping

And here we have Trillr, which makes online shopping so much more easy. It’s a searching platform where you can search throughout different shops on only one platform, no more having tons of tabs open at once. Furthermore it saves a lot of time because you don’t have to switch between the tabs anymore to compare items which are sold on different websites and also you can compare the prices so much easier. All in all a convenient way to shop online, plus you can easily discover new online shops because Trillr doesn’t list bigger shops preferential.

Cleaning up your laptop

Who doesn’t know the struggle when your laptop shows up the notification that you don’t have enough memory space anymore. So why don’t you use your time during boring uni lectures to delete all these provisional versions of your assignments and all these old pictures you don’t need.

Keeping up with your subject matter

Ok that’s no real tip about what to do instead of uni stuff, but it’s probably the best idea to keep up with your subject matter instead of doing other stuff. Even though that’s not the most fun thing to do, it’s probably the most clever thing to do and it might help you during your next exam period.

As for my part I am (sadly) the one who shops online or answers emails instead of studying or deleting unnecessary pictures (I really don’t like that…). So I better should listen to my own tips from time to time… Do you have any tips for me? I am always open to new ideas!

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This post was sponsored by Trillr.