If you answered yes to the above question, then stick around and have your mind enriched with the knowledge I am about to imbue upon you.
The first wee treat I will give you is the concept of "day planning", I do this every night before I go to sleep and all I do is write down small tasks I need to get done it the day, it would look something like this:
This then means when you wake up you have the day laid out in front of you; so, you can then better plan your day around these things; this leads me onto my second tip, keeping track of the day.
Now you have your perfectly laid out list that definitely doesn't resemble my days at the moment 😉 lets have a look at arranging the time in the day. I like to set my alarms depending on what I have on in that day, so the example I gave earlier I would wake up between 09:00-10:00 and then do my morning routine, breakfast, shower, etc...then I would begin with the tasks allocating certain amounts of time for each, here is the updated list below:
You need to keep in mind that you need lunch, tea, and breaks so allocate this correctly and make sure you take the time to do so.
The final tip I have for you is grabbing yourself something to write on a planner/calendar, not just on your phone. The reason for this is it puts all your thoughts on paper and means you can visualise them on your desk; this works very well for me as you can see deadlines/events that are coming up; this also means you can then put this in your "daily planning" to ensure you remember it!
I hope these quick three tips helps you stay on-top of all the stuff you have going on in your busy lives; being students you have a few things to be getting on with :') I sure did.
I hope you have a wonderful day folks!