Use a Time Picture

Use a Time Picture - Use a Time Picture - There are 168...

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Unformatted text preview: Use a Time Picture - There are 168 hours in a week. Use a "Time Picture" to determine how much time you can devote to school. Then use that information to determine how many classes you can take. Below are the steps for constructing a "Time Picture". Following is an example time picture. Use the blank "Time Picture" provided at the end to go through the steps yourself. Step 1 - Block out personal time - Using vertical lines or arrows, block out personal time first. Personal time includes sleeping, eating, personal hygiene, dressing, exercise, watching your favorite TV program, hobbies, reading, prayer and meditation, etc. You need proper food, rest, and mental freshness in order to function properly in all the other areas of your life. Step 2 - Block out work time - Block out your job or work time if it is something you have little or no control over. Block out your job or work time if it is something you have little or no control over....
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This note was uploaded on 12/29/2011 for the course US 1100 taught by Professor Carter during the Fall '07 term at Texas State.

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