I start by writing down everything that I have to do (I have a Day Designer, so there’s a to do list column and a schedule column.) Then I try to estimate how long each will take, and then I start to fill in my schedule. I start out with one or two easy/enjoyable tasks, and then my hardest/most dreaded task comes after that, and then the rest goes after that. To keep from burning out, be sure to give yourself lots of breaks to rest your mind. For boring subjects that don’t require a lot of thought, I like to listen to shows that I’ve already watched in the background to stay focused/not get burnt out. It’s all about balance! I usually work in my school’s library, so that I can take breaks and chat with friends every once in a while (they all know that you can literally always find me in the library.) It’s also good to switch subjects up, and not focus on one for too long.
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