Balancing what should be done during the week can be challenging; however, I tend to stick to a routine which helps me stay organized. I mainly go to school, dance, do homework, and relax, and my day tends to fall in that order as well. When I do my homework, I tend to work on what is convenient during my other classes, and at home, I tend to work on my homework from easiest to hardest. Additionally, I use my agenda for homework assignments and other school-related events, which is super helpful because writing down what I need to do helps me remember. Also, I use Google Calendar to mark when I do things outside of school because I almost always have my phone with me so Google Calendar is much more accessible than my agenda. When I have longer
Managing our time is a key part of being on task in school and helps us be successful. I was very bad at managing my time in high school. I did not think it was necessary to plan out my day. I did everything at the time I felt like it. I always ended up staying up late at night because I didn't want to do my homework earlier in the day. This lead to me getting a lack of sleep and not being able to concentrate in class because I was too exhausted. I got better at managing my time when I joined marching band because it took up all my time. I had to schedule time to do homework and get other things done too. I would write all the events I had to attend and what days I could use to do my homework on my calendar. I also set up reminders on my phone
I'VE BEEN SUPER EXCITED FOR THIS TO COME OUT!!! For those who don't know this is one of my anticipated of the year (you can check out my list if you haven't already, I posted it in September). But since this is the last book of the series I don't feel the need to write a very long non-spoiler review. I won't write the reasons why I love this series so much in my Top Ten list if you would like to check that. The series starts out in this futuristic world where a young girl named Cinder catches the eye of Prince Kai, the future empire of the Common Wealth. The only problem is that she's a cyborg, part-human part-robot. For this book, I would give it about a 4/5 stars. I was definitely a great read but it wasn't my favorite book in the series, I honestly felt that Cress was the best book, then
For me, being able to manage my time wisely is a must. Every week I have a schedule that I try to stay as close too as possible. The problem is most of the time something happens to throw me off schedule and I find myself playing catch up. If I didn’t have the schedule already in place then I would never get anything done. “ the first step toward more effective time management is to increase awareness of its value” (Lucco, 1994). Time management is a lot easier in my private life because my family understands what I am trying to accomplish. Everyday I start my assignments at 4:30 and finish at 7:30 with no distractions. They understand that if I work during the week we can play on the weekends.
I never had any problems with managing my own time, however, when I started working as client training administrator at Eversheds, I understood that I need to use some special techniques in order to complete so many tasks in such short time. I understood that every day has only 24 hours and no matter how busy I am, these hours not going to be longer. Observing how everyone working at Eversheds, I also understood that people who are more effective in planning their time tend to be more productive and more efficient. It was hard to learn how to prioritise, because sometimes I had many tasks and all of them were very important and urgent. However, over the time I learned to understand how to deal with different tasks and how to do them faster
many years ago it was my birthday and as i was walking to my auntie house, there was a women called sherry. she had stopped me and she wanted to know what my name was, and so when i told her she said that she has a granddaughter that name and then we just kept talking and then when i got done talking to her i called my mom to tell her that i was on my way over my auntie house, and so when i got there she was there and my grandma had called she wanted to talk to me, she said “guess what i got u for your birthday” i said a tablet she said how u know because i been wanting a tablet for a long time and i been telling u that i been wanting a tablet. i told her that i was very excited. when i got home my cousin had texted me she wanted to know if
I must ensure distractions do not alter my schedule. One of my biggest distractions is my family. My parents not do understand the amount of work I must complete each week therefore; they believe they can come into my work and have a lengthy conversation with me. I must keep reminding my family about my schedule and hope they understand. Right now, it is an adjustment period for my family and me. I just moved home in May so we have not completely adjusted to the change. Working on giving me alone time, to minimize distractions is essential and will happen with a combined effort. Prioritizing and making a list of required tasks are also essential to time management.
On 12/29/17 I met Ms. Becquette at the office of Dr. Saleh. She arrived ambulating with crutches. She had on an ankle brace and a full leg brace. The pin sites have all healed. X-rays done today showed that there is bone healing, the fractures have not fully healed yet, there is also some osteopenia, which we would expect from the dis- use of the bones. She can only bend her knee to 26 degrees, the ankle she cannot bend it is dropped and contracted, and she is able to wiggle her toes. The numbness she has had to the leg and foot is gone. The EMG has not been done yet because of Mom's schedule. She said she would call and make an appointment soon. Physical therapy is making some improvement. Dr. Saleh said he wants her to work really hard in therapy, he said it would be a last resort to go in and release the adhesions to the knee and the Achilles tendon for the ankle. Dr. Saleh said he feels she can work through this. She is allowed to bear weight as tolerated. The new brace has not arrived yet and is supposed to be in next week. We did address the attendant care and Mom was hesitant to decrease to 8 hours a day. Ms. Becquette will be going back to public school on 1/19/18. Physical therapy will continue even after her return to school.
Leaving for basic training was the most nerve racking thing I have ever been through. I already knew about the physical and emotional difficulties I would encounter going off to boot camp, but there was one thing that no one really informed me about that worried me, the food. Everyone I spoke to had their own stories about what I would or would not be eating, but no two stories seemed to add up. Needless to say, walking into that dining hall I expected to see, or at least smell, manure on a plate. However, to my pleasant surprise, all of the different but amazing aromas in there gave me joy. When I actually saw what was on the menu, my day got that much better. In basic training those were
Completing the time management worksheet was interesting and somewhat discouraging. I was amazed to see that I have my days literally scheduled out to the hour. I didn't add up my hours until the very end, and had exactly 168 hours scheduled out! Yes, there may be some slight variance from week to week, but this pattern is a pretty standard schedule for my life. I juggle a lot of tasks, and have a lot of practice doing so. The routine, that I implemented in grade school, has helped my mind and body know what to expect. Setting expectations helps strengthen your resolve to stick with the routine, and it gets easier with practice. Since my time management skills were developed at a young age I was able to avoid bad habits such as hitting the snooze button, tardiness, and being unprepared. My parents were fantastic in teaching me these skills when the results were less crucial. Being late or unprepared for grade school has a smaller impact than being late to your job as an adult. Learning these skills as a child is a lot easier than learning as an adult.
Writing down all the things that I do each day week has been an opportunity to see what I do every day. I started this week with waking up early each day. From 4:00-6:30 in the morning I am getting ready to go to school and eat breakfast. Then from 6:45-10:45 I was doing some schoolwork. After that I would eat lunch and that took about thirty minutes. After lunch I would do more school assignments until 2:45 and then I would start cooking. Once I am done cooking, eating and doing the dishes I would continue doing school work until the next day. Most of my time has gone to doing my school work; my personal tracker says that I am always doing school work and I really did not do anything else that week. I only went out when I volunteered on Tuesday
On 09/04/2015 at 20:32 hours, I conducted a motor vehicle stop of a Ford F-150 bearing NJ registration X70DNC for failing to maintain lane on Hurffville going northbound. I activated my overhead lights and sirens and conducted the stop in the A15 lot of the Deptford Mall.
On September 7, 2017, I (Probationary Police Officer James Harris III, DSN 0513) manning vehicle 1426 received a call for a “Burglary” at 2709 Martin Luther King Drive (RC Market). Upon my arrival, I was met by witness Sanad Motan (RC Market owner) who advised me of the following:
So, imagine a stocky six foot black man who had a shiny bold head. Alright, now make that same man a veteran and a drill sergeant. Now give that man a raspy voice and an almost permanently
My personal timeline above includes four events in my life that are significant to me. After listing my personal events, I matched my events with historical events occurring during that same time period or within the same year. The first event listed, describes my birthday. I was born on February 21, 1990 in Wilmington Delaware. Although I could not relate my birthday to an historic event, I listed an event that was important to me. The Historic event I listed is on February 11, 1990 Nelson Mandela was released after 27 years of imprisonment in South Africa. Nelson Mandela was a Civil Rights Activist, actively involved in the anti-apartheid movement. As a result of his efforts, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. According to Biography, “Nelson Mandela became the first black president of South Africa in 1994, serving until 1999. A symbol of global peacemaking, he won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993”(Biography.com).