Your Daily Routines: Then and Now
Day | Before College | After College |
Sunday | Work on houseRead paperTake dog to park Watch TV | Complete college homework Take dog to parkWatch less TV |
Monday | WorkTake dog to parkWatch tv | WorkReview college homework and team charterTake dog to parkWatch less TV |
Tuesday | WorkTake dog to parkWatch TV | WorkReview team charterTake dog to parkWatch less TV |
Wednesday | WorkTake dog to parkWatch TV | WorkAttend college class |
Thursday | WorkTake dog to parkWatch TV | WorkTake dog to parkWatch TV |
Friday | WorkTake dog to parkWatch TVGo out with friends | WorkTake dog to parkWatch TVGo out with friends |
Saturday | WorkTake dog to parkWatch TVWork on houseGo out with friends | Work Take dog to parkWatch TVWork on houseGo out with friends |
What are the major differences in your daily routine now that you are in school
Now that I am in school I watch less TV Sunday through Wednesday .
Have you included enough time into your schedule for academics What information in the chart demonstrates evidence to support your answer
Yes, I have included enough time in my schedule for academics by watching less TV and not reading the Sunday paper .
Do you have an effective balance in the use of your time and your priorities Why or why not
I have an effective balance in the use of my time because I have realized that I have to put off less important tasks to complete those that require my attention now.
What are some time management strategies you have learned this week that you can implement to make your daily routine effective
Some time management strategies I have learned are:
1. I have to do my homework on days when I do not work. If I work Monday through Saturday I must do my homework on Sundays.
2. I have to put off work on my home; last Sunday I worked on my home rather than do homework and I stressed over college and was not completely comfortable with my knowledge of the material during Wednesdays class.
3. When I am called into work late during the week I have time to review my college work.