You’ve heard this a thousand times – we know. But, time management really is the most effective way to ensure you will get the best of both worlds this holiday season. If you make a schedule for yourself, you can specifically lay out work and play. Meaning, if you want to spend most of your time with family, then maybe you should set aside a few hours of solitude for studying. Then, you will be free for the rest of the day.
Creating a Schedule
Even if a schedule isn’t your thing, you can still map out how you want your month to look mentally. For example, dedicating specific days of the week to strictly studying and giving yourself every other day of the week to do anything else, is a good way to separate work and play.
As previously mentioned, designating time for certain important things is the best way to manage your workload. Trying to do multiple things at once is only going to make things take longer. It will also significantly reduce the quality of work on the things you’re working on. It will be best for you, and your grades, to focus on the task at hand in enough time to complete it.
Take Care of Yourself
The holiday season is definitely an excuse to eat, drink, and be merry! But too much of anything is never good. If you’re focusing on your health, as in, getting enough sleep, eating healthy as much as you can, possibly exercising… you will be able to enjoy the celebration even more. Make sure you’re getting all the nutrients you need to stay healthy, so your brain can stay focused, when you need it to.
Remember the Reason for the Season
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