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Unformatted text preview: Journal From July 8th to July 14th, the mix of a weekly schedule and a to-do list made everything easier and clearer for me. It helped me to ¡nish every assignment on time and keep better track of the review process. The prioritized to-do list told me what should be done ¡rst and reminded me to arrange time for the tasks I forgot to ¡nish. After planning and monitoring my week, I noticed the disadvantages of the way I used to spend time. First of all, I was surprised how much time I spent doing nothing, especially when arriving home from school. Perhaps it was the hot weather and the tiring classes that made me just want to relax. Unfortunately, “relaxing” always meant watching a movie or chatting with friends on facebook, which usually took over 2 hours. In addition, while designing my schedule, I neither arranged any time for socialization nor did I take unexpected events into consideration. Study hours and solitary activities such as watching movies kept me in my room most of the time and I found myself unable to...
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2012 for the course HIST 220 taught by Professor Hamblin during the Winter '12 term at BYU.
- Winter '12