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Google “time management for anarchists” for some great advice.
I tried a bit of google thanks, idk, i dont know what i should be doing everyday
well, that’s the first step…figure that out. Are you in school? Working? Planting a vegetable garden? Hosing down young firemen?
What you need to do will determine where to start.
I’m saving the world
sorry i mean im a university student
i need to remeber to take tablets, drink more water, do my laundry, remember to change my bedding more,
and i need to try understand university
Okay; then next step is to prioritize.
What is the most important thing you must do? And when do you need to do it?
If you can start with a weekly plan that includes all of your classes, then list the other items around them in ways that are practical.
Say, Monday morning you have two classes. Making it to class is more important than making the bed, so those are #1 items. Studying after class is also more important, so make that a number #1 item. Rank the other things accordingly, and put them into place.
Monday: Go to class, study, take tablets with water, change bedding.
Combine things when you can: change bedding and make bed. Drink water during class. Study while waiting for the laundry.
today is monday and i dont have anything
Tuesday, two lectures then a workshop then a tutorial. headdress mock up due in for tutorial
wednesday 10.30am - 6.30pm work experience
thursday 10.30am - 6.30pm work experience
fri 10.30am - 6.30pm work experience
saturday 10.30am - 6.30pm work experience
sunday nothing planned
monday 1.20pm - 3.30pm help mum at work
i like your combining things idea hm
okay, so Monday:
Sleep in, and have a good breakfast
Take tablets with water
Change bedding and do laundry
Study for two hours
Go out and have some fun
Go to sleep early to be ready for Tuesday
Fill in Tuesday the same way.
Always be sure to leave “down time” when you have nothing planned
Always plan to have some time for fun, or you’ll burn out and get nothing done.
can ‘down time’ include my two commute to university? hm
waking up after having a nose bleed during the night and not waking up has made me feel weird. I guess waking up looking like i had been stabbed in the face wasn’t a great morning ahaha
LAUNDRY IS IN NOW I WILL SHOWER
maybe…but I’d prefer to think of down time as time when you have nothing you have to do at all.
Time to just sit back with friends or listen to music or soak in the tub or go for a walk.
shower is done. hm
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