Life is an interesting adventure worth living. I enjoy every bit of my life and enjoy things around me such as, beautiful landscape, budding flowers, green scenery, wonders of science seen in different forms, marvels of city life, the leisure of free time,. Though much of my daily school is routine-based, yet the variety and diversity of daily existence make my daily school routine an exciting adventure. Every person on the planet has his own life and obligations. A lot of people have different daily school routines.
Some of them have long day and others an easy day. But that depends on how many classes they have. The biggest problem is the Time management which is the act or process of planning and exercising conscious control over the amount of time spent on specific activities. But there are ways to manage your life routine. My daily school routine starts at home. First, I get up from bed early in the morning. I do my morning duties. I wash my face and brush my teeth. Then I take a little physical exercise . Next I dress myself to go to school.
I am never late in attending school. I take different subjects and I always try to listen to my teachers in the class. My daily routine is packed with school stuff these days. My days at school are Tuesday and Thursdays. The first class starts at 9:30 which is an ESL class with Mr. Dave Bruno that finishes at 10:45. Then I have my psychology class it’s my favorite it. It starts at 11:00 to 12:15 with Mr. Mike Colbert. After that I have a break for 3 hours, so I go to have lunch with my friends’ . then my last classes is math with a funny teacher .
We call him General. School routine can be hard sometimes especially during exams. Throughout the course of my ESL classes, English tests always proved to be difficult for me. I had trouble remembering terms and vocabulary, despite the fact that my memorization skills were quite capable. Indeed I had a teacher that sometimes surprise us with little quizzes. And no preparation the odds of passing the unannounced test were not slanted in my favor. Time management is a phrase that I have lived by throughout parts of grade school, high school, and now college.
I have been introduced to this because of the numerous activities and amounts of work that I have accumulated over the years. In high school, I had to balance my time from going to school, to practice, and then to homework. I would try to balance out the work, but sometimes there was not enough time in the day to finish all of it. I quickly learned that working ahead of time was key to my success. I learned a lot about the common myths of time management and where I fall in the classification of effective time management.
Time cannot be managed; it can only be controlled by each individual person and the way time is directed. Scheduling is extremely important when it comes to managing the use of time. It is important to manage time wisely. When time is managed and organized wisely; it can make the difference between a productive day and a very hectic day. Using time management during an ordinary day can help reduce stress and simplifies life. Without have a plan on how to manage time, it can create stress in life and also forgetting important dates and deadlines.
By not having some type of organization in life it will create chaos and will seem as if there is not enough time in one day to complete daily tasks. Time management may be aided by a range of skills, tools, and techniques used to manage time when accomplishing specific tasks, projects and goals complying with a due date. When I learn and maintain good time management skills, I find freedom from deadline pressure and from stress in general. I am more productive, procrastinate less, and I have more time to relax, which helps further decrease stress and anxiety.
Making a list, Set deadlines and Stopping multi-tasking are things I do to manage my time in school. I set reminders on my phone and computer. One of the most important things is I make sure I list feel attainable. No one wants a 30-item to-do list and have to, at the end of the day, I look at the 20 items that I didn’t get done. Prioritize my and others’ needs and plan accordingly. I might even want to make three lists — personal, home and school. Setting deadline. Again, there is no point in setting deadlines if I make executive decisions to always push them back.
Setting a deadline and trying my best to stick to it. This allows for the possibility that other things will get in the way, but also allow for me still to get the task done. Also stopping multi-tasking. Multitasks often seem to think they get more accomplished, but it’s not always the most productive or efficient route. my mind work better when I am truly able to focus and concentrate on one thing. Daily school routine makes the five dharma’s work for the body. Actually, man’s lifespan can be 150 – 170 years or even more.
Since we are violating hese dharmas, it has been reduced to 60-80 years. This routine is not suggested to make you live for 100 years for certain, but to live a healthy life. This Natural Life Style is a part of Naturopath. Once you started time management schedule your body is in good condition and is ready for the dharma of fast. Until you have been following this routine for months. The natural lifestyle suits anyone and everyone – man or woman, young or old, chronic patient or ordinary person. It requires only a strong desire and inspiration to have a sound body. That’s more than enough.