Since, I do not find writing interesting this makes me procrastinate. I put the assignment off until the very last minute. Sometimes I second guess myself wondering if I am going to be able to have it done before the deadline, then I think, “I always manage to pull it off.” Since having children, I have become horrible at time management. My evenings are spent with my children and husband. After they go to bed is when I can work on my school assignments.
Overall Homework is just something we put on the list of things to do on the weekend, and leaves us stressing out if we will be able to have time to do everything we have to do on the weekends. It leaves us with barely any free time at all, and keeps us away from spending time with our families. Why should you care? Have you ever seen how long your child has stayed up or just been doing homework in general? You probably do not see it or recognize it but they will spend hours doing homework.
Sadly, procrastination is one of my worst flaws and I put off studying until the day before the test. I knew I had to work fast and I still had to go to work. So I planned on studying on my break. I tried shuffling work with school work and it just was too complicated to balance the two. I would start going over the study guide and then I would have to help a customer.
I usually take a break from studying every time my brain can’t retain the thing that I’m studying, so I won’t burn out from studying. After studying in Barnes and Nobles I go home and work out on the treadmill for an hour to release some stress. Then I eat dinner after that I take a break for an hour then go back to studying. After studying for the day I like to walk both my dogs around the neighborhood because I find walking my dogs relaxing and I usually reflect on the day when I walk my dogs. The other thing I do is I usually write a list of the things that I have to do the next day in my organizing app on my phone.
An obstacle I've had to overcome throughout most of my education was the absence of assistance at home. This caused a great deal of stress on me as a kid. My grandma raised me, who is blind. This resulted in me helping take care of her since I was about the age of six or seven. I remember nights I would come home and stare at my homework for hours, trying to remain focused and also remember what I was taught previously during that day.
Yet, exams give these students goose bumps. In addition, some of the students have done all of their homework and studied hard, and they think they have a grip on the material. But then the day of the test comes, suddenly, they blank out, freeze up, zone out, or feel so nervous that they can't get it together to respond to those questions they knew the answers to just last night their ideas might be scattered since they have been putting under strict exam condition which may not perform up to the mark. Moreover, some students may forget some information because they get used to memorize information not well understand and acquire the main idea of
It’s a childish act believe to waste time. Most individuals are busy and spend most of their days working and doing things to support their family. Most college students spend all day reading, studying, and cramming for that big exam. Most people set aside reading for fun and instead spend that time stressing about the life they aren 't enjoying. McCloud illustrates that as a person ages, reading becomes a passive activity that no one pays mind too.
I had just arrived at my house from an arduous and tiresome day of school. The amount of homework I received accumulated rapidly and piled up throughout the endless day. However, the numerous hours of tedious homework were not what I was concerned about that day. Instead, I dreaded what I had to do besides my homework: Volunteering for my Confirmation class. I cringed every Wednesday that I attended my Confirmation class.
I have been staying up late at night just to try and finish turning in all the other stuff while trying to work on my paper. I have finally completed all my sources but I have yet to do the full annotated bibliography but that shouldn’t take too long. This project is really stressful and because we did not have set deadlines I fell too far behind and now I am trying to cram it all in in one week. I have been really stressed out about this whole research project because I need to pass this class for my major and I just don’t know if that’s going to
I am a quiet person in these situations as it is but this week especially as I had a lot of things going on outside. As the teacher asked me why I was quiet and he said he saw something happening inside me, I was remembering times I tried to speak and got told to shut up. I got fed up and stopped trying. I also had a lot on my mind. I was afraid to go to class as I was already close to tears.
I was tired of always feeling rushed to finish assignments or even chores around my house that I googled ways to improve on not being distracted which contributed to my time management. I no longer use my phone during the hours I do my homework and that has led me to completing my assignments on time. I even have my parents take my phone if I feel it will be too much of a
Since graduate school I have identified that I have trouble writing papers on subjects that are not of interest to me. I struggle to remain focus, and I get writer’s block often. It has been established that when and individual has selective attention they are generally working at the basic levels of perceptual identification (Weber & Johnson, 2009). One solution that I have utilized was taking scheduled breaks from completing the assignment. This would include reading a journal or two with taking notes than take a break.