Readjusting to school

February 4, 2019

Time to set the alarm clocks and wake up to this new semester! It is important that you understand how you work best. That may mean taking classes later in the day if you're not a morning person, or taking morning classes if you plan on having your evenings filled with meetings or work. Systems are the foundation for success. Find your priorities and purposely design your life around those. Eat regularly- plan meals out ahead of time. Create timers to make sure you stay on task to maximize your efficiency. Spread out and meet new people. A great way to do this is to make group chats for each class. This way you can create a community and hold each other accountable while staying on top of your school work.



Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Please reload

University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences,
Department of Applied Economics
Visit the ApEc Website
Search By Tags
Please reload

Follow "ApEc"
  • Facebook Basic Black
  • Twitter Basic Black

Like what you read? Feel free to send us feedback and suggestions.

Last updated 2017, At the ApEc