I know you have heard about time management before, but have you really used it during high school? College is a whole new world where you are trying to find yourself and joining different organizations and teams to have fun. Being committed to other activities outside of class can be time consuming, and I would know! As a junior who is Co-Director for SU/ESF Habitat for Humanity, a chapter member of PRRSA, and a mentor to two different mentoring organizations…I live and breathe time management.
Having a planner will be a necessity you will need for the rest of your life. It is one of the best and successful ways in knowing how to manage your time. Writing down all essays and tests in advance will give you time in knowing what you should and shouldn’t be doing during the weekend. It allows you to be in control and stay on top of your classes and remember you came here to get an education! It decreases stress and if you do the things you have to do than you will have time to do the things you want to do. You should try it out, it might just help!
Meet this Mystery Blogger: Danielle Benavides
About Danielle: Danielle Benavides is a junior majoring in Public Relations. She was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY and is an Executive Director for SU/ESF Habitat for Humanity as well as a mentor for FullCIRCLE.