三点提示助你有效管理时间

What is time management? Honestly, I’m still trying to figure that out for myself, as well, but in college it’s one of the most important skills you will be forced to learn if you haven’t already. College is a free-for-all. You can go to class or not. You can read the book or not. You can go to the gym or not. You can wake up and go to bed any time you want. Freedom is as abundant as hormones are on a college campus, but so is another thing- responsibility. You’re becoming an adult, which means the decisions you make you’re held accountable for them. Long story short, YOU schedule your entire life in college. Here are some tips of time management methods that have worked for me. Now, of course, each individual’s way of going about time management differs. I’ve found that these methods work much better for me than the ones that work for my friend. You’ll find out your time management style soon enough.
什么是时间管理?说实话,我自己也还在试图理解这个概念,但是在大学最重要的能力之一无疑就是如果你还不懂得时间管理,你必须强迫自己学会这件事情。大学是一个完全自由、无拘无束的地方。你可以去上课或者逃课,你可以好好学习或者书本一眼不看,你可以去锻炼强身健体或慵懒无为,你想什么时候起床或睡觉都可以。自由正如同荷尔蒙一样在校园中勃发,但是同时还有另外一件事情——责任。你已经成年了,意味着你所做的决定对应你应该承担的责任。长话短说,你应该对你的大学生活有所规划。在此,我将罗列一些对于我很有帮助的关于时间管理方法的小提示。现在,当然,每个个体管理时间的方式都不尽相同。我发现以下的这些方法对于我特别适用,而我的朋友可能会用其他更适合他们的方法。你也会迟早发觉对你自己有效的时间管理方法。
BE ORGANIZED
有条理
Sure, the mess in my room throughout the quarter is a different story, but I am super organized when it comes to writing down assignments, meetings, fun activities, etc. in a planner. During school, my planner is my life. With everything going on throughout the term, I can always look at my calendar for reminders because let’s face it… I’m NOT going to remember everything. By doing this, it actually helps me better plan out my day and subconsciously organizes my mind, as well. So write everything down! (unless you’re one of those people who remember everything. How I envy you) And by writing things down, you can then allocate how much time you will spend completing each task.
先不说我房间里那些凌乱,那是另一回事,当我写对于任务、会议、趣味活动等等的计划的时候,我还是挺有条理的。在校期间,我的规划薄就是我的生活。按照计划一条条的进行,时常看看日历的提示,面对试试吧,我不可能记得每一件事情。这么做帮我更好的计划每一天,并且也悄然无声间使我的理念更有条理。鉴于此,把事情都写下来吧!(除非你是个过目不忘的人。我会羡慕嫉妒恨的。)把他们写下来后,你也可以很直观的看到每个任务有多少时间完成。
PLAN SMALL
小计划
Sometimes being so organized makes you feel like you’re Super(wo)man, and that you can do anything. But you’ll find that things come up throughout the day that mess up your scheduling. So what to do?
每件事都如此有条理会让你觉得自己是超人,可以完胜所有事情。但是你会发现计划不如变化快。怎么应对才好?
1. Have 1 big goal that you want to accomplish today maybe 2 or 3 smaller tasks you want to complete.
1. 一个今天想要完成的大目标和两、三个想完成小目标。
2. Schedule in eating, social, sleep, RR, and extracurricular times into your schedule (they’re just as important parts in your life!)
2. 在计划中规划出吃喝、社交、睡觉、休养生息和课余时间。(他们也是你生活中很重要的部分!)
3. Don’t make empty promises. Meaning don’t say you’ll do something when you’re not even 100% sure you can.
3. 不要空许承诺。就是说当你不是百分百确定的时候不要说你会做这件事情。

 

WEAR A WATCH

 

戴手表
I never wore a watch in high school, but in college I think it’s a must (unless you always check your phone). It’s just a great time manager reminder, and is so easily accessible. Plus, it can make an awesome fashion statement.
我在高中的时候从来不带手表,但是我觉得在大学很有必要(除非你总是用手机看时间)。它对于时间管理是个很棒的提示,而且又方便又容易。另外,也可以显示自己有多时尚。
Trust me. It’s hard to not get lazy and resort to Netflix when the time management gets tough. But you have to push yourself and stick to it till it becomes habit, or else you’ll never get good at it. … Oh man, I should go now and probably listen to my own advice haha. Make time your friend. Not your enemy.
相信我,当时间管理变得棘手的时候不变懒或去诉诸于网飞(Netflix)是很难的。但是你不得不强迫自己去遵循计划,直到这些变成习惯。否则,你永远也做不好。哦,天啊,我得置笔了,我也该听从我自己的意见,哈哈。做时间的好朋友,别和它成为敌人。