Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Then and Now

Then and Now use the following form to describe your dally routines before you were a college student versus a typical days routine now that you are a college student. Using the form as a reference, answer the questions that follow in at least 50 words each.Daily Routine Form Day Before college After college Sunday Wake up, eat, take care of the kids, fix around and just relaxed up, eat, take care of the kids, watch movies with them,and Just relax, and sometimes make sure I did finish all my school work Monday Wake up, fix breakfast for the kids get my aught ready for school drop her off, go to work am-pm, pick up my daughter, get back home, feed the kids, play with them, watch TV, fix dinner, get them ready for bed Wake up, fix breakfast for the kids and me, take my daughter to school do 2 hours of school work, flu lunch get dress go to work 3-11 pm get back home make sure the kids are k and sleeping do 1 hour of school watch TV and go to sleep Tuesday Wake up, fix breakfast for the kids get my daughter ready for school drop her off, go to work am-pm, pick up my daughter, get back home, feed the kids, play with them, watch v, fix dinner, get them ready for bed Wake up, fix breakfast for the kids and me, take my daughter to school do 2 hours of school work, fix lunch get dress go to work 3-11 pm get back home make sure the kids are k and sleeping do 1 hour of school watch TV and go to sleep Wednesday Wake up, fix breakfast for the kids get my daughter ready for school drop her off, pick up my daughter, get back home, feed the kids, play with them, watch TV, fix dinner, get them ready for bed Wake up, fix breakfast for the kids and me, take my daughter to school do 2 hours of school work, ix lunch get dress go to work 3-11 pm get back home make sure the kids are k and sleeping do 1 hour of school watch TV and go to sleep Thursday Wake up, fix breakfast for the kids get my daughter ready for school drop her off, go to work take my daughter to school, fix lunch, p ick my daughter up from school, feed the kids, play with them, fix dinner, get them ready for bed.Friday Wake up, fix breakfast for the kids get my daughter ready for school drop her off, go to work am-pm, pick up my daughter, get back home, feed the kids, play with them, watch TV, fix dinner, get hem ready for bed Wake up, fix breakfast for the kids and me, take my daughter to school do 2 hours of school work, fix lunch get dress go to work 3-11 pm get back home make sure the kids are k and sleeping do 1 hour of school watch TV and go to sleep Saturday Wake up, fix breakfast for the kids, go to work am-pm, get back home, feed the kids, play with them, watch TV, fix dinner, get them ready for bed Wake feed the kids, play with them, fix dinner, get them ready for bed. Daily Routine Questions 1. What are the major differences in your daily routine now that you are in school? The major differences in my daily routine now that IM in school and before are.When I wasn't in school I use to work the morning shift, and after work I had pretty much the rest of the day to Just cook and play with the kids or Just waste time, now I work the night shift 3-11 pm I use my morning time to make sure the kids are taken care of and as part of my routine I incorporated time for school in the morning as well as at nights after I get back from work 2. Do you have an effective balance in the use of your time and your priorities? Why or why not? I believe I have a pretty effective balance on the used of my time and my priorities cause so far so good , I haven't had any problems or issues Just yet, I always been to turn my assignments on time, and be able to expend time with my kids, and not neglect them anything 3. Describe your biggest obstacle to completing projects or assignments and how you will overcome it? Although o have a pretty effective balance of my time I would have to say my biggest obstacle to complete projects or assignments on time would be managing time.Up until now V ive been pretty good at it, but having two kids, working full time and being back in school can get a little crazy and hectic especially when my kids get sick, I'll just have to have a backup plan for unexpected events such as them getting sick or me getting sick. 4. What are some time-management strategies you have learned this week that you can implement immediately? How will you use them? Some of the time management strategies I have learn this week is keeping a time log, this is a helpful way to determine how you are using your time, use a planning tool, get organized and schedule your time appropriately by Develop blocks of study time effectively manage my time by organizing and proportioning tasks such as schoolwork, Then and Now Then and Now use the following form to describe your daily routines before you were a college student versus a typical days routine now that you are a college student. Using the form as a reference, answer the questions that follow in at least 50 words each. Dally Routine Form Day Before college After college Sunday I would lounge around In my pajamas all day and Just watch TV with my sister and family. I get up every morning and check on the progression of my assignments that re usually due and I work to complete them as well as make sure I have posted for participation for the week.I also spend quality time with my husband, lounging around and watching TV and playing video games. Monday I would go to the lake and exercise (Running) then go home and spend the day doing various things ranging from watching TV to cooking dinner to doing laundry and help my sister with her homework. I usually get up before 5 to help my husband to get ready for work then send him off. Then I am up clean ing the house and completing horses as well as running errands for the household, and my husband as well as looking at my assignments fir the week and writing them down in my planner and posting reminders in my phone and computer.I also check my grades for the week and have check ins with my enrollment advisor, Ashley, and we go over my progress in my courses and she gives feedback on my grades and what I can and should do better In regards to my grades. Tuesday I would wake up and exercise In a different location such as the forest behind my house. Then I would run around all day with my aunt and uncle getting things done such as paying bills, grocery shopping, and searching for schools for me to go to.I basically do the same thing I do Monday, but I am also making lists of things my husband and I need for the household, work, and school. I am also checking on my school work and completing my chapter readings for my courses. Wednesday I usually get up and exercise that morning, the n I lounge around afterwards until 6 p. M. And then I attend bible study with my aunt and sister until 9 p. M. Then I am In bed by midnight. I am up with my husband before 6 a. M. Making sure he is ready for work then I send him off. I usually try to relax on these days and rest my body.Thursday I stay in bed on these days and just sleep or eat all day. Just like the days before I am up with my husband before 6 a. M. And helping him to shopping for shoes or anything that catches my eye. Friday I am up early to get in a workout before 8 a. M. Then I am relaxing and doing school searches and making phone calls asking about various schools and programs. These days are decided on whether or not my husband has it off. If he has the day off we are traveling the Island and exploring and eating out and going to the beach. If he does not have the day off we are up before 6 a. . Getting our day started. Saturday I wake up and go spend the day with my family playing games and making meals toge ther. I sleep in and spend the day in bed with my husband. Daily Routine Questions 1 . What are the major differences in your daily routine now that you are in school? I spend more time helping my husband get ready for work and making sure that he has everything he needs for the day. I am also checking in with my enrollment advisor and teachers to make sure I am where I need to be in school and that I am in rack with assignments and participation.I also noticed that I start my days around or before 6 a. M. And I am constantly running errands or doing chores to make sure things are done for the household, my husband, and myself. 2. Do you have an effective balance in the use of your time and your priorities? Why or why not? Yes I do. Now that I am a wife and college student at the same time, I make sure that I know ahead of time what needs to be done for my household and husband as well as what assignments are due, what they consist of, and what course they are for.I also make sure t o plan out what days I am doing certain things and what days I can afford to take time for myself and Just relax. 3. Describe your biggest obstacle to completing projects or assignments and how you will overcome it? My biggest obstacle that hinders me from completing projects or assignments would have to be time management and procrastination. I can plan out my days accordingly but sometimes I can get very busy with certain things and become side tracked. I now try to keep track of time and make sure that I am in the right place at the right time to omelet my tasks.I usually procrastinate when I am feeling lazy or I am under the weather. When this happens I will push myself to get up and get it done because it has to be done. 4. What are some time-management strategies you have learned this week that you can implement immediately? How will you use them? I learned to plan accordingly and make sure that you do not overwhelm yourself ahead of time and make sure that I have time between each task so that I can rest and give my brain a break as well as not doing more than 3 tasks a day so that I can remain stress free.

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