Stress Personal Time Management for college kids


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Keep a stress journal. One of the first steps in managing stress is to identify situations, experiences or people that Learn relaxation exercises, including deep breathing, muscle relaxation, stretching, visualization and meditation. Avoid drinking too much caffeine, which can increase feelings. Stress and time management are two important issues for a college student. There is no controversy about the stressed-out life of college students.

College students often find it hard to manage their life due to the heavy load of their tasks and to-do list. It is like a never-ending circle for them which keep going on each semester. The College Student’s Guide to Stress Management [Infographic] May 17, 2018 | Purdue University Global | Updated July 2, 2020. Today’s college students are feeling the strain of our busy modern world.

In fact, 45% of college students said they experience “more than average stress,” and 87% said they felt overwhelmed by all they had to do at least once in the previous. Knowing how to properly and healthily manage stress is a crucial tool for college students. Using effective stress management techniques can help you moderate and calm yourself during stressful times and help your academic, social, and emotional experiences in college be more positive and successful. Time Management Stress in College One reason the difficulty usually occurs is that the students are not prepared for the major academic differences between high school and college life. Another reason is that many college students are living away from home for the first time.

Dallas College Has Resources That Are a Huge Help. Our Student Life team will have workshops and virtual events where you can learn tools for organization and planning. The Learning Center and our Dallas College tutors can help you with time management for specific classes and subjects. Many college students take on too many activities and find it hard to keep up with everything. Take breaks to reenergize and gain perspective.

De-stress by listening to music, watching your favorite show, talking with a friend, reading a magazine or taking part in other activities that help you relax. Seek help. In no time, your free time will get filled with competing demands, which will place even more stress on your attempts to adjust to your new educational environment.

The following tips should help you both have fun, as well as adjust to college’s organizational challenges, while navigating yourself in the direction of college success. When built over time, stress can give rise to a host of serious problems such as depression and anxiety. Managing stress in its early stages can help maximize the college/university experience and. Research has shown that time management can be improved through intervention.

For example, Häfner et al. found that time management training increased perceived control.

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Another straightforward technique is to actually have the student schedule time for worrying each day—doing so creates a routine for student to reflect on what items throughout the day have caused angst and provides them with a designated time to address and work through their stressors.

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from Handbook of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Assessment, Interventions, and Policy
by Fred R. Volkmar, Rhea Paul, et. al.
Wiley, 2014

In an effort to implement interventions to prevent or reduce the amount of stress, anxiety, and depression that college students are experiencing, it is important to recognize the underlying causes of these ailments.

“Stress and Mental Health of College Students” by M. V. Landow
from Stress and Mental Health of College Students
by M. V. Landow
Nova Science Publishers, 2006

Include time for your job, your classes, household or personal duties and chores; other commitments such as sports, clubs, or church; time for routine activities such as eating and sleeping; and of course, include plenty of time for studying—marking specific times for study each day.

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by Kevin T. Patton
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I f you ask students to identify what makes college life stressful, you will receive a long list of situations, including taking exams, preparing term papers and lab reports, applying for loans, and juggling hours to fit part-time jobs into their class schedules.

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from Essential Concepts for Healthy Living
by Sandra Alters, Wendy Schiff
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Stress doesn’t end with college exams and research papers.

“Managing Stress: Principles and Strategies for Health and Wellbeing” by Brian Luke Seaward
from Managing Stress: Principles and Strategies for Health and Wellbeing
by Brian Luke Seaward
Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2006

Take 5 to 10 minute breaks throughout the day to relax and remove yourself from stressors or demands.

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Another great thing about studying with a group is that you have the opportunity to relax and talk with your friends when you take breaks during the study session.

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Most of us would agree that such a schedule (with full-time pay) would be a great way to reduce stress!

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from Work in the 21st Century: An Introduction to Industrial and Organizational Psychology
by Frank J. Landy, Jeffrey M. Conte
Wiley, 2010

The Art of Peace and Relaxation Workbook contains more than 130 exercises in the form of surveys, questionnaires, inventories, and journal entries to help students make stress management part of their daily routine, achieve balance, and stop “victim consciousness.”

“Managing Stress: Principles and Strategies for Health and Well-Being” by Brian Luke Seaward
from Managing Stress: Principles and Strategies for Health and Well-Being
by Brian Luke Seaward
Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, 2011

This list may make you wonder if there is any aspect of college life that doesn’t cause stress.

“The Black Student's Guide to College Success” by Ruby D. Higgins, William J. Ekeler, Clidie B. Cook, R. McLaran Sawyer
from The Black Student’s Guide to College Success
by Ruby D. Higgins, William J. Ekeler, et. al.
Greenwood Press, 1994

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  • He is right. However, I learned far more from The Successful (Less Stressful) Student. Since reading this book, my students have achieved so much more. In this book Coach L quotes John Lennon “The way that works for you is the best way.” He also cuts your 40 mins down to 15 mins which makes more sense. Most of my students cannot keep going for any longer than that so we go for a walk and then come back and do another 15 minutes. Trust me this works like a dream. We both like the walk in the fresh air and when we come back to class we are refreshed. Simple but brilliant. Thanks for this video though, I agree with what you say.

  • I study for 25 minutes and take a 10 minute break. It works so well that i am shocked. Terrific hack to do work. As long as I’m doing some work it doesn’t matter how many pomodoros i do or how much time i take as a break.

  • I totally agree with the first part of what she said.. I find it so hard to focus sometimes…. let’s see if this method helps me in any ways

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    I need motivational videos for 25min, so that I could study for 5 min. ����

  • I can’t stress enough how perfect this video is! Pretty much every study motivation video I watched up until now was like “you don’t need a life, just be organized and study as hard as you can”, but instead here what I found was peace and a little “it’s ok not to be ok sometimes” and honestly this feels really nice to hear….my first year of college so far has been terrible so thank you so much ♥️♥️♥️

  • I’m a senior highschool student this year and I’ve been a procrastinated person since grade 7. Now I have learned my lesson and am now focusing on studying and other productive things, all thanks to the motivation I got from your videos. Thank you so much! <3

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  • Your words of wisdom helped me accept and understand my self-doubt about my overall achievements in college. Things pass just remember to be proactive.

  • Lol I just started doing this for my summer class! 20 on 5 of and then spending those 5 minutes tidying or cleaning my room which was a mess. It truly works because it builds in the mental break your mind needs to avoid wandering. Personally I also have a notebook on hand for those random thoughts I want to pursue once my 20min of study time is up

  • I’m a med student… You’re videos are helpful thank you brother… But I have issues that emotionally I get affected by my friends… How you handle your friends when they irritates you? Any ideas��

  • Can you show us how you write down all you have to do during the day? I mean, do you wake up and write down everything? Like 7:30 wake up, 7:30 8:00 shower and breakfast, 8:00 10:00 study and so on?

  • I totally agree with that “productive feeling” because there were times when i feel so productive, i usually take advantage this kind of feeling and i usually end up wide awake til the next morning.. You could deprive yourself with a sleep but i swear once you’ve finished all your tasks with this feeling and you took a nap afterwards, when you wake up you’ll realize that it’s a well spent day.. It’s ok to sacrifice sleep sometimes.����

  • This was so helpful, I feel less stressed already. I had been procrastinating from watching this video having it sit in my “watch later” list. I’m very glad to have watched it now and feel much calmer. Thank you!

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  • Hey, great video, it would be cool to see a general weekly schedule as it’s so structured! Also, as you did your undergrad at U of T, do you plan on working in the UK or Canada/US?

  • Hello, Canadian high school senior here. I am hoping to be accepted to McGill University’s Bachelor of Arts program this spring. I know a BA for pre-med is odd but I know med schools are looking for more humanity majors, I also know I’ll be able to get far better grades in a major in English literature than let’s say Immunology or MicroBiology. I would like to live and practice in the UK so going to medical school in London makes the most sense to me (I also adore the city). I have a few concerns though, should I apply to the graduate program or start from the beginning, and if the second is it time/youth wasted (how long is each program?) Because you did an undergraduate in Toronto and are now at Kings I was wondering if you speak more on/make a video elaborating on that experience. Is it weird having 17/18-year-olds as peers? Are you staying in a dorm? Are there other older students there as well or mostly fresh out of high school Brits? Essentially, I want to specialize and practice medicine in the UK as someone who has gone to school in Canada all her life but doesn’t want to be in school until I’m 30 but have no idea where to start (but that has immigrant parents, has lived in Europe and has dual citizenship to the European Union, not sure how useful that is thanks to Brexit though) Thank you for any help you can give me. (I also sent you a PM on Instagram but thought I would comment in this video just in case you didn’t see it)

  • Hey man, I’m a first year medic at KCL. Love your videos by the way, thanks so much you’ve defo helped me a lot! Btw where dyu spend ur lunch hours, I’d love to say hi if that’s alright with you?

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    Thanks for sharing tips on time management. Been struggling a lot lately since I tend to procrastinate or go side track. Either that or I solely focus on completing a huge task at one go and end up having a burnout. Definitely giving my lifestyle a reset by setting specific time for relaxing and dealing with important tasks.

  • “There is no magic bullet!” <-My exact thoughts when it comes to Time Management. Love the animation production to improve the message!

  • Planning every hour of the day is sth I do too. If an older med student does it and it works, now it’s confirmed: I’ve taken a wise decision when I started doing this a year ago. I honestly thought I was one of the very few who manages their time like this!

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  • Lol I’m being unproductive by procrastinating while watching a productive person tell me how to not procrastinate and be productive.


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  • Thanks for the video! I’ve been working on organization and planning skills for years now and I can definitely agree it doesn’t happen over night. Love your content. Keep it up.

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    And thanks for sharing your experiences 😉