Executive Education

5 things to Do To Organize Student Life

Student life is one of the most complex lives one would experience. While we enter into this life thinking that we know what we are doing, there are times when we will have a contradictory feeling. Such is the peculiarity of student life that it is not unsurprising to find yourself disorderly. Organization in student life is a task; some can pull it off masterfully and some struggle with it throughout their lives. Whatever the case may be, there is no harm in knowing how one can organize student life.

You can do a whole lot of things to improve student life. However, I have compiled a few easy tips that can be of great assistance to you. So, let us take a look at what you can do to sort your student life.

  1. Fix your Sleep Cycle
    Yes, I know you know that this is almost an impossible task for many. But, you know this as well that a proper sleep cycle can do wonders for your life. Student life is disorderly because we are lackadaisical towards our health. Sleeplessness, fatigue, and moody disposition are some of the many unpleasant symptoms of a poor sleep cycle. It is, therefore, advised that unless you fix your sleep schedule you will not be to organize your life the way it should be.  In case you have difficulty in sleeping early or easily, then you might want to try natural remedies that enhance sleep or listen to Apps designed especially for the same.
  2. Stationery Goes A Long Way
    Trust me on this when I say that stationeries are indispensable to organized student life. Yes, we have our gadgets to replace the actual stationeries but you will agree that they often lose their efficacy with time. I am not sure why but stationeries such as bookmarks, to-do lists, diaries, etc help in better retention of information. Pasting sticky notes on the wall will be more noticeable than reminders on your cellphone. It is often that investing in good quality stationeries attract better attention from the users than low-quality stationeries. So, just in case you think paying for good stationeries is a waste, don’t think that way.
  3. Master the use of cloud storage facilities
    Well, honestly, it is not really that difficult to make use of the myriad features of cloud storage. There is many really good cloud storage software (most of them are available for free with few premium add-ons) such as Dropbox and Google Drive. It is advised that you organize all your important college-related documents over there. This serves twin purposes: Firstly, all your documents will be available in a single location; and secondly, you will not have to worry about losing documents due to system failure on your computer. Moreover, this software help in sharing your data with the world—a feature that just makes data organization all the more wonderful.
  4. Might Want To Have A Time Table
    When I say ‘timetable’, I do not recommend an hour-by-hour stipulation of tasks. All I am asking you to do is to develop a general time table that is flexible and lays down in specific details what needs to be done. For example, I usually make weekly time tables, which means I assign tasks to be completed in a week because I feel a great degree of pressure in imposing daily tasks when they are not so urgent. Just figure out what suits you the best and draft a timetable accordingly. Remember to give yourself some room in whatever timetable you create.
  5. Make Your Own Notes
    There are two types of students:  one who makes notes, and one who doesn’t. Of course, making notes can be a really boring task but nothing works better than self-made notes. Handwritten or digital, you should make your own notes because it enhances memory retention. Moreover, you all have our own way of understanding lectures and one may not be able to completely comprehend the context in which the notes have been written by someone else. Make your own notes and organize them accordingly so that you know where all the important stuff is.

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Ayushi Kushwaha
Ayushi Kushwaha, Staff Writer for the CEOWORLD magazine. She’s spent more than a decade working for various magazines, newspapers, and digital publications and is now a Staff Writer at The CEOWORLD magazine. She writes news stories and executive profiles for the magazine’s print and online editions. Obsessed with unlocking high-impact choices to accelerate meaningful progress, she helps individuals and organizations stand out and get noticed. She can be reached on email ayushi-kushwaha@ceoworld.biz.