Study Tips for Students Who Work Full Time

Full Time Working Student
Nobody ever said it would be easy, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be done. Balancing a work and study lifestyle has its challenges, but with determination, organization and proper time management, you can prepare for a better future while maintaining a steady income at the same time.
Here are three tips that can help you find that perfect balance:
Time Management
Your days and weeks need to be carefully planned. Make sure you set time aside every week for studying, but also for fitting in other commitments like family time, athletic activities, leisure time, etc. Since weekends might be the best time to get in a quality study session, try to plan for early Saturday or Sunday mornings to free up the afternoons and evenings for other activities.  
Create a space in your home where you can slip away from any distractions that can mentally take you away from your study time. Keep your textbooks, notes, computers, pens, etc., in this study space for easy access and retrieval whenever you need them. Having all of your study essentials organized and in one place can improve your study sessions and productivity.
Rewarding Yourself

This may be the most important factor in maintaining a healthywork and study balance. It’s easy to get bogged down and feel overwhelmed working a full-time schedule while going back to school. That’s why rewarding yourself and taking time off is not only beneficial – it’s a necessity! Set goals for yourself, and when you achieve them, reward yourself with a night off from studying or plan a trip or an evening out with your significant other or family. These rewards can help keep you mentally satisfied and renew your passion and drive to conquer the work and study lifestyle.


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