Time Management Self-Study By: Yorrick Sutton

Monthly plan

Weekly plan

In terms of skills that I need to work on, time management should probably be my top priority. For as long as I can remember, procrastinating and doing things at the last minute is how I usually did things even when I was in elementary school. That is why I found that this exhibit would probably be the one of the more important ones that I would do. Usually my days during the semester would consist of a more irregular routine which I would make up as I went along. Honestly speaking I was never really a person of structure and I tend to do things more on the spur of the moment. For this exhibit I chose Monday through Thursday as the days that I would examine. For these four days I tried my best to strictly adhere to the schedule shown in the weekly planner. Although I tried my best to follow it down to the last detail, I found that sticking to my schedule was a lot harder than I thought it would be. For example on Tuesday I stayed up a lot later than I had anticipated due to the fact that I had stayed up hanging out with my roommates. On Thursday I had to move around my studying due to the fact that I had a club meeting at 7 pm that I had forgot about. At the end of the day I had dedicated a lot more time to studying that I had expected. About 50% of the time I spent out of class was spent studying. Even though it was really time consuming, I felt proud of myself at the end. Event though I had spent a lot of time doing something that I really didn't want to do, I found that when I was finished I had a lot more free time and I was a lot more productive


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