politibro44 wrote:beast mode like Straw
Guys, I'm blushing!
But seriously, it is a good idea to give yourself at least a tiny bit of exposure to LSAT material every day--even if it's just a single passage or game or a few LR questions. No matter how busy we are, we can always find some time in the day we're not really using. I have a 15 minute train ride to work, when I would normally just zone out or listen to music, so on busy days, I devote that time to drilling. Remember that the prep process is less about "learning" than it is about cultivating habits and patterns of thought. The brain responds well to frequent and regular repetition, so just getting into the LSAT mindset for a few minutes on a day when you otherwise won't have much time to devote to studying will have a positive impact over the long-term.
In other news: I bought a new planner in which I made a countdown to June 9th (173 DAYS!), and I just noticed the following caption on the first page, written in cute bubbly letters: "Your days are as fun as you make them!" How painfully ironic.