There are a lot of problems with people and how they manage time. Hopefully, there are people who are aware of differentiating some important aspects of actions and not just the big things you have to focus on. There are people who will need some big changes in their activities because there are just some aspects that we are not able to see when it comes to this. Make sure you are not distracted from what is happening because there are just some aspects of the game that we have not yet talked about. Try and maintain a schedule throughout the whole day because it will definitely help you in your time of need lol.
I am a 3rd grade teacher and HS coach. I feel ya. Time management is tough! I remember going to university and working 3 jobs, barrel racing, and I played college vball. You will just have to priortize what is important to you. You will be very tired but it will not be forever. You asked for our schedule so here is my currently. 1 hour commute to work. 7:00-3:00 I am teaching 3rd graders (Yes, we are in the classroom) 3:00-4:30 I get preped for the next day of teaching. 5:00-7:00 Vball practice. 1 hour commuite home. Then I feed, clean stalls, and try to ride. I dont have lights so I ride by the moonlight and a head lamp. Its not ideal but I have to ride during the week or I dont compete becuase I dont feel it is fair to my horses. That schedule is Mon-Fri. Saturday is game day 7am-7pm. Sundays are my only day off. This is only going to be for 5 1/2 weeks and then we move into track and field. Practice will then be 3:30-5:30 so I'll have more of my life back. Covid has really messed up sports but I am glad to be back, even if I don't have much of a personal life. My poor hubby and dogs will see me in April....
Time management is one of the hardest part.
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