Procrastination Begins on the Phone Kathryn Garalde

Time management is important and students need to plan a time devoted to homework. If not, work will pile up.

Nothing gets accomplished when a phone is a distraction.

Instead, students need to set aside the phones.

Students at Liberty University should be taught effective tips on avoiding their phones, instead of avoiding their school work.

University 101 professors at Liberty University should start teaching more lectures on time management.

Tips on setting a side electronics would be more effective if taught during lecture by University 101 professors.

Students would be able to accomplish more work if their phones would be put away.


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