Need help dealing with your picky eater? Here are some ideas to turn that picky eater into a happy eater.
It doesn’t take a degree in brain surgery to know that students need good time management but, especially for nontraditional students whose lives are already jam-packed, where is a good place to start? The answer to this question is best answered by the one who knows best…You!
I know most normal people really enjoy TV…probably including you. So here’s a great time and sanity saver. First though, let’s debunk a popular myth…well, more like just a knee-jerk unconscious assumption...time management isn’t about deprivation.
Pairing tasks which require mental concentration with those that I could do while semi-conscious is the only effective form of multitasking that I can do. I’ve tried doing it the “grown up way” (i.e., several things at once without regard to what I’m about to share with you) but I didn’t get more tasks actually done, I just got more tasks started.
The Old Consensus was that if you were a multitasker you were a super-efficient individual who could do 23 things at one time with one arm tied behind your back and a baby clinging to one leg. I used to hear about all that multitaskers could do and think to myself that that’s what I wanted to be when I grew up.
Do you ever find yourself among the zombies walking through the grocery store looking like you’ve just been raised from the dead? There You Are…desperately searching for what it is you’ll take home to feed your starving children and spouse. You walk through the store and have to constantly remind yourself to keep your arms at your side…not out in front of you.
There Is a Secret to finding time to exercise and that is…drum roll please…having your mind set on finding time for exercise.
Effective time management includes minimizing distractions…you know, those nagging things that impair your ability to concentrate on the task you have at hand.
Some of the key areas that would be easiest to begin a time management plan for success in college for the time-starved student.