Thursday, November 18, 2010

survivor. jtcc edition. week ten.

Here's our tip for surviving school this week: DON'T PROCRASTINATE. It's really not worth the stress.

However, some of you might ask, "How does one become an anti-procrastinator?"

Well, lucky for you, Heather and I happen to be pros at this stuff (for the most part, anyways ; ). Here are some tricks that could help.

One. Do your assignment or at least plan when you will do it immediately after your teacher gives it to you. Then, plan the rest of your day around your assignment rather than doing your assignment whenever you can "find the time."

Two. Plan out your day. Leave time for school and for yourself. We like to list out our plans on stickies on our computer. So, if you have a Mac, that's a great option. If not, just make sure your plan is some where that you will see it or you could forget about it completely.

Three. For big assignments, give yourself enough time to do everything a little bit at a time. Don't wait until the last two days when your teacher originally gave you two weeks...major pressure there if you ask me.

Four. Set constant reminders on your phones and/or computers throughout the week. This is great because it will keep you thinking of what tasks you need to accomplish.

Hopefully, this will help some and if you have any other tips...send 'em our way!


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