When I'm super stressed out (like I was yesterday), I get SO overwhelmed thinking about everything I need to do. And when I say overwhelmed, I mean call my mom and cry about how late I'll be up that night. Because I get so overwhelmed, I have to make a strict schedule and follow it, or I'll end up getting even more stressed out from wondering how I'm going to fit it all in. This list is borrowed from Levo League, but it's basically the same way I handle my busiest days.
Easier said than done, right? This is my actual schedule from yesterday:
I had a huge test today, a paper due right after that, and another paper due Friday morning by 8am. I knew I could crank out the paper due Friday in a couple of hours, so I prioritized my tasks and the most important thing was reading and studying for my test. I scheduled time in my day for the non-negotiables (class, my internship, meals, etc.), and then also scheduled in some "me time" and breaks, which may have included one-two of these:
For me, it's essential to have breaks, where I call my BFF, stop by a sister's room to chat, or just zone out on Pinterest. I look forward to the breaks and think that they actually make me work harder while I am studying.
What are your tips for being more productive?
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Have a wonderful day!
Miss Southern Prep