Managing your time when there's not enough Common exhibit #2

I used a 3 part study plan to help me be on tasks and remember my homework this semester. To start with I used google calendar to put my weekly events on there.

THIS IS MY IDEAL WEEK SCHEDULE. I LIKE IT BUT IT IS VERY HARD TO FOLLOW.

Then I used a four month planner for my wall. I included large events like birthdays, spring break, and tests.

During the week I like to use a daily calendar with to do lists for my homework. I plan my week out Sunday - Friday, every Friday afternoon. I like to do it this way so I can get a head start on knowing what my week will look like and I even tell myself my homework is due earlier then it is so I make sure to not push it back past the deadline. This has helped me tremendously this semester and was worth the $20 I spent on amazon.

This is my study life planner that is free online. It tells me when my test are and tells me when to study. I like it a lot, but i just recently discovered it thanks to this class.

During this exhibit I found it fairly easy to follow a schedule because during Christmas I decided to implant it to begin with. I bought an expensive but fantastic planner and I usually get everything done the day I write it down. This is a big change from last semester when I wouldn't even do my homework. To do lists have definitely changed my life. This exhibit wasn't extremely enlightening but it did show me that I could study more.

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Created with images by Couleur - "watches old antique"

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