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Have you ever wondered how some students seem to get so much done in so little time? It doesn't seem fair.
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  1. 1. EFFECTIVE TIME MANAGEMENT TIPS FOR STUDENTS Have you ever wondered how some students seem to get so much done in so little time? It doesn't seem fair. We all have the same 24 hours, but they can accomplish more than the rest. Meanwhile, as frustration builds, you're scrambling to complete just one of the many assignments on your desk. The key to meeting your assignments is to use good time management techniques, including properly organizing and scheduling your activities. This will increase your productivity and grades.Time management is a critical skill for academic success. Students at university have hectic and stressful lives because they attend classes, complete assignments, and study for exams. Furthermore, they have their daily routines and lifestyles that are necessary for striking a balance between academics and extracurricular activities. However, finding time to do everything alone can be complicated and overwhelming. This is where good time management skills come into play. This is a skill that students must learn. They must adopt the necessary approaches and strategies in order to be more effective and productive. These skills allow students to plan and prioritize upcoming assignments and events. This is important in keeping students organized and avoiding procrastination, which leads to academic success. With time management, you'll learn how to complete your assignments in less time. For example, you can apply Parkinson's Law when working on projects or tasks. In addition, you'll learn how to overcome procrastination. When given a due date that is weeks or months away, many students procrastinate and begin working on the assignment later. However, as the deadline approaches, they cram and even pull an all- nighter. You'll learn how to avoid that situation if you learn time management. And you won't be as stressed when the deadlines or exams approach. Time management can be extremely beneficial in a student's hectic schedule. It ensures that students are well prepared, organized, and focused to manage their daily lives and complete academic assignments on time. It can lead to increased success; however, this is a skill that students must learn and practice. Students must change their habits to improve their time management abilities. This can only happen if students take the first steps toward identifying their problems. Good time management skills stem from the ability to prioritize one's time effectively. Setting new personal goals and striving to achieve them with a new and improved attitude can help. Procrastination is another bad habit that students need to break. Students should learn how to work smart by not working too hard and not retaining anything. Sometimes students must study for a couple of hours and then take a break to clear their minds. When feelings of frustration arise, it is a good idea to take breaks. Too much information leads to information overload, which the brain cannot handle simultaneously. Time management skills will improve with practice if students are motivated and disciplined. Here are a few time management tips for students to help them better manage their time and resources and thus improve their grades. 1. Make Making a Priority Don't let your life's passion fall by the wayside! What do we have without love? Make time on your calendar just for creating. Believe me when I say it is entirely worthwhile. Instead of squeezing in creative time wherever you can, why not build your more extensive schedule around what you most enjoy? Determine what time of day you are most creative and productive, and plan
  2. 2. accordingly. If you have several creative tasks to complete, you might consider using the Pomodoro time management method with a timer. Set aside 10 or 25 minutes to help you stay on track! 2. Let Go of Guilt If the preceding seems indulgent, consider the benefits of creativity for the rest of your life. Consider your creative outlets as necessary stress relievers for rejuvenating alone time and personal fulfillment. You'll find it easier to make time for the things and people you care about once you've done this. Meditation is excellent for this. With a clear mind, studying will be much easier, and you may even find that you retain more of what you have read. 3. Take Advantage of Your Predispositions When do you feel the most inspired? Keep track of your mood and energy levels throughout the day. Take note of when you feel the most creative and drawn to hands-on artistic work, as well as when you believe your brain is capable of coping with studying. This allows you to make the most of your time. The same technique can be used to determine when you are most productive for whatever you hope to accomplish in your day. 4. Create a Routine When you've determined when you're most creative or when you believe you could retain more information, it's time to get serious. Create a daily practice that takes advantage of your peak creative windows, and do your best to stick to it. (This is an excellent mindfulness technique.) Get into the habit of doing something creative every day, even if it is only for a few minutes. This raises your mood and increases your chances of remembering information. For example, you could knit a few rows during lunch or sketch during your commute. So, even on days when you cannot commit to a more extensive routine, your creative work retains a place in your day. 5. Be Proactive A phenomenon is known to psychologists as "reactionary workflow" is a common issue among today's workers. We spend the majority of our working hours and energy reacting to external stimuli. instead of on projects that are important to us. "Rather than being proactive with our energy, we are acting in response to what is incoming," writes Behance founder Scott Belsky in "Beware Reactionary Workflow" from the website 99U. Dr. LeeAnn Renninger suggests becoming aware of how you work throughout the day. The Director of LifeLabs recommends pausing for five minutes each day. Check in with yourself and ask, "Am I working proactively or reactively right now?" Then, take baby steps and devote more time to proactive work that will leave you more fulfilled. 6. Get Rid of Distractions With today's instant information and constant social sharing, it's easy to become overwhelmed. "Creative minds are exceedingly sensitive to the buzz and whir of the world around them," writes Belsky in his book Manage Your Day. "As these pressing needs pull us in different directions, it becomes increasingly difficult to find a centering space for creativity." If you find yourself falling down an internet rabbit hole, consider removing your computer or digital devices from your workspace. Before you begin, complete any chores that may interfere with your designated creative time. Streamline and delegate less important tasks. This means you'll have more time and energy to devote to creating. Make use of Trello! 7. Recognize that being creative is not always easy. Making art is a labor of love, just like any other job. If you don't expect it to be easy, you may be less discouraged on difficult days. "I find that I have to push myself, put my head down, and get to work," Lisa says. "It's not always easy, but completing new work feels amazing." 8. Give Yourself Some Leeway
  3. 3. Once you've found a routine that works, you can loosen the strings a little. Janet Hill of Janet Hill Studio says she no longer pushes herself to the limit. "If I'm having a bad creative day, I walk away from it and do something else, and I come back to it fresh the next day," she says. Though structure and time management are essential for productivity, so is the process of allowing your creative mind to wander. 9. Face Your Fear If you try these steps and still have trouble prioritizing your creative and study time, consider what else might be holding you back. Perhaps it is not a lack of time but fears holding you back. Fear of failure? What about the fear of success? Face your fear head-on and get to the bottom of it to pave the way for more creative fulfillment. 10. Appreciate Your Creative Work Treat your creativity and the fruits of your labor as your most valuable assets. If you consider your creativity to be your lifeblood, you'll begin to see it as a source of fuel for everything else you do. As a result, time management for students is only as effective as how well you plan. We all want to get more work done, spend more time with friends, and, of course, have more fun. All of this is possible if you use the time management techniques discussed here - keep a journal, work smart by planning ahead, and rest up. If you follow these suggestions, you will not only do well in school, but you will also find time to relax and enjoy yourself. Balancing schoolwork and other activities isn't so difficult after all if you learn to plan properly. Time management is not only important for working adults, but it is also an important skill for students to learn. As the saying goes, "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." Start managing your time today if you want to have fun doing whatever you do.

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