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Have you ever wondered how sure students appear to get so much done in such a short amount of time? It doesn't seem fair.
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Have you ever wondered how sure students appear to get so much done in such a short amount of time? It doesn't seem fair.
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  1. 1. TIME MANAGEMENT  Have you ever wondered how sure students appear to get so much done in such a short amount of time? It doesn't seem fair. We all have 24 hours, but they use theirs better than the rest of us. And in the meantime, you're rushing to finish just one of the many assignments on your desk while your anger grows. To complete all of your assignments, you need to be good at managing your time, which means organizing and scheduling your activities well. Doing this will make you more productive and get better grades. To do well in school, you need to manage your time well. The lives of college students are hectic and stressful because they have to go to classes, do homework, and study for exams. They also have their daily routines and ways of life, which are essential for balancing schoolwork and extracurricular activities. But it can be hard and overwhelming to find the time to do everything at once. This is where being good at managing your time comes in handy. Students need to learn how to do this. They need to take the right steps and use these strategies to be more effective and get more done. Students who know how to do these things can plan ahead and put upcoming tasks and events in order of importance. This is a crucial way to help students stay organized and avoid putting things off, which leads to success in school. You'll learn how to finish your assignments in less time if you learn how to manage your time. You can use Parkinson's Law, for example, when you are working on your projects or assignments. You'll learn how to stop putting things off. When they are given a due date that is several weeks or months away, many students put off doing the work until later. But when the deadline is getting close, they end up cramming and sometimes even staying up all night to finish. When you learn how to manage your time, you'll know how to avoid that. And you won't be as worried when deadlines or tests get close. Time management skills can be beneficial for students with a lot going on. It makes sure that students are ready, organized, and focused enough to take care of their daily lives and finish their schoolwork on time.  It can help students improve in school, but they must learn and practice this skill. Students must change their habits to learn how to use their time well. This can only happen if the students take the first step of figuring out what's wrong. Having good time management skills comes from being able to set priorities well. You can do this by making new personal goals and working hard to reach them with a new and better attitude. Students also need to stop putting things off until the last minute. Students should learn how to work smart, not work so hard that they forget everything. Students sometimes need to study for a few hours and then take a break to clear their heads. When you start to feel frustrated, it's a good idea to take a break. Too much information makes the brain feel like it has too much to handle. If students are disciplined and want to learn, they will better manage their time as they practice. Here are some tips for students on managing their time and resources better, which will help them get better grades. 1. Put making first. Don't put your life's dream on the back burner. What do we have if we don't care? Blocks of time for creating should be on your calendar. Believe me when I say that it is worth it. Instead of trying to find time to be creative wherever you can, why not plan your whole day around what you like to do? Find out when you are most creative and productive during the day and plan your day around that time. If you have a lot of creative work to do, you might want to use a timer and the Pomodoro method to make the most of your time. You can help yourself stay on track by setting aside 10 or 25 minutes. 2. Stop feeling guilty If the above seems like a waste of time, think about how creativity can help you in other parts of your life. Think of your creative outlets as something you need to do to relieve stress. For the restorative time alone and to feel good about me. After doing this, it will be easier to make time for the things and people you care about. This is a great reason to meditate. With a clear head, it will be much easier for you to study, and you might even remember more of what you read. 3. Use your habits to your advantage When do you get the most ideas? Keep track of how you feel and how much energy you have during the day. Take note of when you feel most creative and want to do hands-on, creative work and when you feel like you could study. This way, you can get the most out of that time. The same method can be used to figure out when you are most productive, no matter what you want to get done that day. 4. Make a schedule. Once you've figured out when you're most creative or when you think you could remember more, it's time to get down to business. Make a daily practice that takes advantage of your most creative times, and try as hard as you can to stick to it.
  2. 2. (A fantastic mindfulness method) Get into the habit of doing something creative every day, even just for a few minutes. This keeps your mood up and makes it much more likely that you will remember what you learn. For example, you could knit a few rows during lunch or draw on your way to work. So, even on days when you can't stick to a bigger routine, you still have time for your creative work. 5. Do something "Reactionary workflow," as psychologists call it, is a problem that many workers face today. We spend most of our working hours and energy responding to things outside of ourselves. Instead, we focus on projects we set out to do because they are important to us. In the article "Beware Reactionary Workflow" on the website 99U, Behance founder Scott Belsky says, "Instead of being proactive with our energy, we act based on what comes in." Dr. LeeAnn Renninger says that you should pay attention to how you work throughout the day. The Director of LifeLabs says that you should stop and think every day for five minutes. Check in with yourself and ask, "Am I being proactive or reactive right now?" Then, take small steps and spend more time doing the work that will make you happier. 6. Get rid of any distractions With instant access to information and constant sharing on social media, it's easy to feel overwhelmed these days. Belsky writes in his book Manage Your Day that "creative minds are susceptible to the buzz and whir of the world around them." "As these urgent needs pull us in different directions, it gets harder and harder to find a center where we can be creative." If you find yourself getting lost in a "black hole" on the internet, you might want to move your computer or other digital devices out of your workspace. Do any chores that might get in the way of your creative time before you start. Streamline and put off other tasks you don't care as much about. This means that you'll have more time and energy to put into making things. Trello should be used! 7. Accept that it's not always easy to be creative Like any job, making art is hard work. If you don't expect it to be easy, it may be easier to keep going on days when things are hard. Lisa says, "I usually have to push myself, put my head down, and get to work." "It's not always easy, but it feels great to finish new work." 8. Give yourself a break Once you've found a routine that works, you can loosen the strings. Janet Hill, who runs the Janet Hill Studio, says she doesn't push herself as hard as she used to. "If I'm not feeling creative, I do something else for a while and come back to it the next day with a fresh mind," she says. Structure and managing your time are essential to being productive, but so is letting your creative mind wander. 9. Do What Scares You If you try these steps and still can't figure out how to balance your creative time with your study time, you may need to look at what else is holding you back. Maybe it's not a lack of time stopping you, but fear. Don't want to fail? What about the fear of doing well? Face your fears head-on and discover what's behind them to find more creative fulfillment. 10. Give your creative work value Think of your creativity and the things you've made as your most valuable things. If you think of your imagination as your lifeblood, you'll start to see it as a source of energy for everything else you do. So, for students, time management is only as good as how well they plan. We all want to do more work, spend more time with our friends, and, of course, have more time to have fun. You can do all these things if you use the time management tips we've discussed: keep a journal, work smart by planning, and get enough rest. If you follow these tips, you'll not only do well in school but also always have time to unwind and have fun. If you learn to plan well, it's not that hard to do schoolwork and other things simultaneously. Time management is not only for working adults but also a crucial skill a student should acquire. "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy," says an old proverb. So, start managing your time today if you want to enjoy whatever you are doing.

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