7 Important Time Management
Activities for High School Students
Creating a time
management is kind of like just the same as setting a budget.
Just as the aim of a budget is to place an organization on your
money, your aim in time management is to recover the management
of your time.
To most people, time is money.
Businesses have known this for so long. The more time you spend
on a certain task, the more money will be spent or charged
depending on the business.
Businesses do not like the idea to
compensate employees who waste their time in unimportant
matters. They give importance to people that can present the
job done in an appropriate time and manner.
In schools, you are requested to
do more tasks, frequently by different teachers or supervisors
who do not care about the other tasks that you are doing. It
only depends to you on how you will manage all your works in
order for you to finish them on the time provided to
Perhaps, you would also want to
some time to enjoy your being youth and lead a fulfilling and
Here are some tips in which you
can use in order for you to beat all of your deadlines and have
a systematized and well managed time table.
1. For the next week, have a
printed record of all your activities. Put in your record the
time you will appropriate for each activity, what are the types
of activity that you should do and how long you usually take to
get them done. Arrange all these data in any manner you desire,
but ensure you put all of your available time to be budgeted.
You should also make sure to put in your record the time when
you are not busy or doing anything.
2. Study how you will organize
your time. Then, try to think of the following:
• What have you observed
• Have you completed all the task
given to you before or on the deadlines. For instance, have you
already finished your homework?
• Were you able to attend other
things that you like aside from your obligations at
• Were you able to do all your
duties at home?
• Do you still have time for your
• What are the things that you
like to do but have no time at all to do it?
Once, you have answered the above
questions, try to think of the ways on how you can make your
time management more effective.
3. Try to look for more
information on the internet. There are many search engines that
can help you improve your time organization.
4. Select or plan your own table
to utilize to put a schedule for yourself for the whole week.
Be sure that you spare some time for leisure and work. Be
sensible in your anticipations. Try your schedule for one whole
week, have a precise documentation of each activity.
5. Let your classmates know about
your timetable. If they too have a timetable, evaluate the
differences of your table if possible. Try to know the good
sides of each table and know how the schedules work.
6. Change is the only thing in a
person’s life that is permanent. What you used to do during
your spare time may not be the same thing that you will do in
six months or a year from now. If you have a winter game that
you are joining in, you know that when the winter ends, your
schedule will definitely change.
If you are engaged in a school
activity or any theatrical presentation, it is expected that
you will be busier before the performance date than you are at
the start of the rehearsals.
Take a look at the big picture
before doing anything else. What do you think will your
schedule for the following year look like? Choose the dates on
that schedule and conjure a calendar that you can
7. Make a timetable for the next
five weeks. Make sure to put any alterations you expect due to
your leisure activities and other events that have seasons and
peak times. Utilize the schedule and be ready to do remarks on
it when the five weeks is over.
How was it? Do not be negative in
going back and ensure that the resources are scheduled or look
beyond for other resources.
For high school students, it is
always expected that they will have a busy time for studies and
for playtime. However, no matter how hectic the schedule may
be, it is still important that one have an appropriate time
management in order to have a direction.