a day in the life - Justin Jordan Professor Dallas ENG101 M...

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Justin Jordan Professor Dallas 14 April 2008 A Week In The Life Now a day’s it’s hard to find time to do the things you want and relax. Time management is essential when it comes to finding your own personal time and fitting in activities and hobbies. There are tons of things people love to do besides work and school. For example; playing basketball with friends, working out every night, shopping, or even building models. One way to make time for hobbies is planning your week out on a schedule. It doesn’t have to be exact times but mainly a reference to what you have to do in a day. It’s never easy though finding the time that you need. Things like staying late to study for school, staying late on a project at work or even getting called in to work on your day off can throw you off. But you always have to stick your regular schedule just as a reminder. My day in the life is somewhat easy but very long and stressful at times and a week in the life can be 7 times more fun or 7 times stressful. It is what you make it at times and other times it is how it is. My day starts off at 5:30 am. I usually take a half an hour to get ready. You may ask why I get up so early whenever I have class at 8 am. Well, I live over in Oakland and I have to get on a bus to downtown and then transfer onto a bus to come out to CCAC South
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Campus. The ride out to CCAC usually takes about 45 minutes to an hour. I do this Monday through Thursday. On Mondays and Wednesdays I have Engineering Drawing 2
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