Time Management Tips For College Students

How To Manage College, Work and Fun

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 Keep on hand an ample supply of pens and use the bins for small items you accumulate like paper clips, push pins for a bulletin board, stapler, etc. If you have a computer, place all these items within easy reach. Make this your “center of action” and use this space to complete all your work. It’s a good idea to keep extra of supplies like floppies, CD-RWs, paper, and printer cartridges – just in case!

 Now that you have the tools, let’s look at how to keep control. Assignments can disappear in pile of paper. Textbooks can get lost within a mound of laundry. A cluttered college student can even lose their mind! Clutter is something that can pile up anywhere, even in the most scholarly of places, like a college campus. But, there is an answer to this disorder disaster.

The paperwork rule is very simple. There are only three things you can do with paperwork:

1. Act on it
2. File it
3. Toss it

For example, if you get a piece of mail, open it. That is actually one huge clutter problem for some- unopened mail that piles up. After it is opened, you must decide what to do with it. If it is a catalog or a piece of junk mail and you know that you are not going to use, toss it. If it is a bill, write it out and mail it, or file it in a “bills due” folder. If you receive a memo or note, after reading it, toss it or file it away. If you get a paper back, file it away. If you don’t, this is how stuff clutters on our desks. 
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