Then, at other times, it feels like the day will never end.The important thing to remember is that there are 24 hours in every day and that is the same for everyone.
Then, at other times, it feels like the day will never end.
The main reasons for procrastination are perfectionism, fear of failure, laziness, lack of information, or a lack of interest. Depending on what your reasons are, here are some ways to help either avoid or at least better control your procrastination.
School costs money (actually it costs a lot of money), so some of you may have a job in order to help you pay for school and/or bills.
What is the most valuable resource you have as you work towards your exams this year? You only have so much of it and sometimes it feels like it just flies by.
Come exam time, students often wonder where all of the time went.
Working while at school also means you have to avoid your guilty pleasures even more, because your leisure and free time is reduced even more.
However, it is important to remember to maintain healthy social relationships with friends and family.Although this stressful schedule seems overwhelming, know it can be done.However, if your school work suffers as a result of working, look into other options such as scholarships, bursaries, or loans you can pay after you finish school or work during the summer.It is also rare that the job you have can give you experience relevant for your degree.Keeping this mind, here are some things to consider if you’ll be working while you are in school.I have found the best approach to be one which breaks your goals up into three different types: short, medium and long-term.A great way for students to describe these would be as daily, weekly and term goals.Whether it’s a job (or perhaps volunteering), you have to remember that school should come first.It doesn’t make sense to work to pay for school, while doing poorly in school because you are working too much.You can record these in your study planner, with daily goals being quite detailed and term goals being more general and giving you an overall understanding of your studies: Remember, when it comes to study, a realistic timetable is really important.A timetable which is too demanding will cause stress for you and work will pile up before you know it.