KathyAntetomaso-Unit2-TimeManagement

700 730am get ready 730 900am laundry cleaning

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7:00-7:30am get ready. 7:30-9:00am Laundry, cleaning, breakfast with Alarm goes off at 6am. 6:00-6:30am get ready for work 6:30-7:00am get Julia ready, make lunches. Alarm goes off at 6am. 6:00-6:30am get ready for work 6:30-7:00am get Julia ready, make lunches.
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7am-4pm work 7am-4pm work 7am-4pm work breakfast with the kids. 9:00-1:00pm study time course 1. 1:00-4:00 Run errands spend time with the kids. Visit my parents. 4:00-5:00 visit Meme. the kids. 9-1:00pm Study time. 7am-4pm work 7am-4pm work 4pm-5:30pm prepare, cook and eat dinner. 5:30-6:30pm homework with Jessica, Amanda and Julia. 6:30-6:50pm. Review and prepare for class. 6:50-7:00pm tuck Julia in. 7:00-8:00 course 1. 4pm-5:30pm prepare, cook and eat dinner. 5:30-6pm homework with Amanda and Julia. 6-7pm. Clean the house, dishes, laundry. 7-7:10pm tuck Julia in. 7:10-7:30pm Check over Jessie’s homework. 4pm-5:00pm Grocery shop 5:00-6:00pm Prepare, cook, eat dinner. 6-7pm. Clean the house, dishes, laundry. 7-7:10pm tuck Julia in. 7:10-7:40pm Enter today’s work into the computer. 5:00-6:00pm Prepare, cook and eat dinner. 6-7pm study time 7:00-7:10pm tuck Julia in. 7:10-9:00 Study time. 9-9:10pm tuck Amanda in. 9:10-11:30pm study time. 11:30-7am 1:00 – 6:00pm. Family time, Movies, park, puzzles, etc. Also eat out for dinner. 6:00-7:00 Study time. 7:00-7:10pm Tuck Julia in. 7:10-8:00 Study time. 8:00-8:10pm tuck Amada in 8:10-11:30pm study time. 4pm-5:30pm prepare, cook and eat dinner. 5:30-6pm homework with Amanda and Julia. 6-7pm. Clean the house, dishes, laundry. 7-7:10pm tuck Julia in. 7:10-7:30pm Check over Jessie’s homework. 4pm-5:30pm prepare, cook and eat dinner. 5:30-6pm homework with Amanda and Julia. 6-7pm. Clean the house, dishes, laundry. 7-7:10pm tuck Julia in. 7:10-7:30pm Check over Jessie’s homework.
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8:00-9:00 course 2. 9:00-10:00 Time with Dan. 10:00-10:30 Enter work from today into the computer. 10:30-11:30pm start on reading. 11:30-6:00am Sleep. Quiz her for tests. 7:30-8:00 enter days work into the computer. 8-8:10 pm. Tuck Amanda in. 8:10-9:00pm. Time with Dan. 9:00-10:30 Study time, course 1. 10:30-11:30 study time, course 2. 11:30 -6am sleep 7:40-9:00 Study time. 9-9:10 pm. Tuck Amanda in. 9:10-11:00pm. Time with Dan. 11:00 -7am sleep sleep Quiz her for tests. 7:30-8:00 enter days work into the computer. 8-8:10 pm. Tuck Amanda in. 8:10-9:00pm. Time with Dan. 9:00-10:30 course 1. 10:30-11:30 course 2. 11:30 -6am sleep Quiz her for tests. 7:30-8:00 enter days work into the computer. 8-8:10 pm. Tuck Amanda in. 8:10-9:00pm. Time with Dan. 9:00-10:30 course 2. 10:30-11:30 course 1. 11:30 -6am sleep
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Item B - Reflection: 1. Examine & Evaluate: Did your 12-15 hours per class slip in easily, or did you have to move tasks around and possibly delete or condense some low-priority items? How will that positively or negatively affect your motivation to complete your study responsibilities? What are the areas you would adjust if an unexpected task or event arose? List specific concerns you will work on after seeing your schedule visually, and address the strategies you will use to alleviate the concerns. How can thinking ahead about your tasks and schedule allow you to better manage your time and stress?
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