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02/12/2015
As a student, it is likely that you’re torn between two key aspects in your life: your school responsibilities, and leisurely activities. It can be hard but you can reach a balance in which you cater to both of them without leaving one behind. This is why, in order to help you achieve said equilibrium, The Tutoring Center in Orlando will give you a few tips you can put to good use.

How to Find the Balance Between Your Leisure and Academic Activities

Keep Your Focus

Yes, it may be tempting to spend all of your time with your friends, or watching TV. However, you should keep in mind that these are your formative years! While you should also enjoy your social life, remember to stay focus, and motivated on getting the most you can out of school.

Make a Schedule

A schedule that divides your afternoon into the different tasks you need to complete is a great way to help you keep everything on track. You can add a timeframe for homework, for band practice, to visit your friends, and to play video games so you can manage your time efficiently.

Give Yourself Small Rewards

Procrastination is a dangerous habit which is why you should try to work on your school responsibilities first. You can even stay motivated to do them by giving yourself small rewards. For example, you can read your favorite magazine after you’re done with your math homework.

Create a Strategy

If you’re feeling overwhelmed with your homework, createa strategy to help you get through it faster. For instance, start by tackling the easier assignments first. Or, you can divide the more complicated ones into smaller workable chunks so you can get through them more easily.

Plan Ahead

What happens when these two areas of your life seem to overlap? Let’s say you have a big project due on Monday but your friend’s having a party over the weekend. In this case, make a plan, work on your project hard and ahead of time, so you can finish it before the party starts.

Mix Them

Lastly, you can always mix both of these aspects of your student life (just as long as you don’t focus more on one than the other). For example, you can ask friends over to do homework together, or you can use certain apps to practice a few of the lessons you learned in school.

Trust in The Tutoring Center for Expert Tutoring in Orlando

If you feel like you could benefit from personalized tutoring, know that The Tutoring Center is here for you. We provide one-on-one sessions that are aimed at helping you master your subjects and reach your potential. Call (407) 286-2389 for a free consultation.

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