Managing school the easy way—Part V Get everything ready the night beforeby [email protected]November 8, 2007Organizing Students, Time Management2 Thanks for stopping by! I have updated this series, adding video and short podcast episodes. Come over and enjoy the updated series. Share this post Previous Next [email protected] Related Posts Creating Order Among Chaos: How to Tame the Whirlwind of Activity Why Are You Late…Again? (And Help for How to Fix It) Call Yourself (But Get Ready for a Big Surprise) An Easy Way to Follow Up on What Others Owe You The Freedom to Forget About It: Could It Be Yours Today? Article Comments Jennifer November 9, 2007 1:37 pm Reply Does this mean you push back bedtime so that there is time in the evening or what…?? Softball ends at 6:30, dinner at 7, homework til 9, bedtime 9. Where is the part where the time says get ready for tomorrow?? Dr. Frank Buck November 9, 2007 2:35 pm Reply Sounds like your day is packed. I guess the only question I would have is what happens from dismissal until 6:30. Does softball last 3 1/2 hours every day? If not, can some of that time be used for homework? Very little TIME is actually required. The key is the structure. Establish one spot where everything for you to examine goes and a place where that is returned when you are done. It takes no more time to drop papers in the right spot than to simply drop them all over the house. As for what to wear, if time is short in the evenings, an entire week’s worth of clothing can be chosen and lined up during the weekend. The actual getting ready for tomorrow should take no more than a few minutes. Leave a Comment Cancel CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Comment Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.