It’s that time of year again…post-break school. While it’s often difficult (or impossible) to start up that school work again after you’ve been feasting, partying, and sleeping in for three weeks, it is important to make sure you’re back into the learning mode once classes begin once more.
For those of you in college, take my advice: Don’t start your partying just yet, don’t slack off because it’s “syllabus week,” and start those online assignments early. Once you are behind schedule, it’s truly impossible to get ahead of it. Trust me, I’ve been there. I’ve been the one completing every online assignment two days before finals, hoping that there is a God out there that will turn back time. But I’ve also been that one who started off completing those assignments during the first week of class, two weeks before the due date. I can tell you which one is better, and I don’t think you need more than one guess. I promise – you will get into the groove, and you WILL be able to fit in those parties and weekly friend gatherings into your schedule; you just have to let it develop first.
If you’re in high school, even better. You don’t have your own schedule to make, you don’t have to force yourself to go to class, and you probably don’t have the option to drink yourself into oblivion on a daily basis, should you choose. But that doesn’t mean you’re off the hook! It’s time to start those essays ahead of time, remember to do your homework, and send in those college essays if you haven’t yet. It’s easier in high school, but it’s not something you can sleep through.
And if none of you want to do those things…there’s always Killer Papers.