It’s a dream of every student to have a perfect schedule with no gaps. Unfortunately, the truth is such that for most students it won’t be like this and most probably you too will have these awkward gaps in your schedule.
But who said that it’s a bad thing? Have you ever thought about using this time to your advantage? There’s no single reason why you need to be bored during these gaps.
Have The Perfect Schedule: Top 7 Tips
- Watch Netflix. Leisure activities for college students should definitely include Netflix, and there’s no need to explain it. Students just need it.
- Find a secret place on campus. Of course, every campus is different, but I’m sure that there are some outstanding spots on your campus that you don’t even know about.
- Take a power nap. Naps are one of the best ways to fill you with energy and make you more productive, so you can use your break to recharge your batteries.
- Do homework. Seems obvious, yet so many people don’t use their break to do their homework, thinking that they can do it later. Why later? Why not do it when you have time?
- Visit a professor. If you experience difficulties with performing well in classes, you should ask your professor to help you. If it’s their office hours, most professors will be more than glad to help you, because they will see that you care about their subject.
- Get a campus job. Working on campus will allow you to earn some money and kill time. Almost all campuses have job offers for students, so check if there’s something worthwhile for you.
- Join a club. The choice of clubs to join is really outrageous in the college. From medieval club to knitting club, there’s a place for everyone.
- Do things from your to-do list. Anything that you’ve been putting off can be completed during gaps between classes. Just gather your will and do it.
- Work out. You can work out in your room, you can run, or you can go to the gym.
- Do the laundry. It’s not the most pleasant thing to do, but it has to be done sometime, right? Why not do this between Mathematics and Anthropology?
See? There are so many alternatives to boredom and procrastination.