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How to Have a Life on a Busy Schedule (for the Teenager)

Phychology of a teenager. No Comments »


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    Make sure you love what you do. This means make sure everything you're doing is worth it. Not loving orchestra practice or gymnastics? Ask your parents/guardian if you can drop it. Do not say, "I just don't like it." Give them an adequate reason to let you drop the activity. Say something like, "I really don't want to do this activity because…"
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    Hard times pass. If your science teacher is hitting you hard with homework and projects, sooner or later it will pass. Sure, you may need to skip some flute lessons or swim practices to get it done, but don't drop something just because you're hitting a bump.
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    Make sure you have "me" time. Have a little time in the day, even if it's just 20 minutes, to do something you want. Paint your nails, play video games, or just chill.
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    Have fun with friends. Every once in a while, hang out with your friends, even if it means skipping a practice for something. Your friends are a big part of your life, and they need to be included. So go ahead, plan that movie night on Friday!
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    Don't put activities and sports before school. If you're failing papers and tests, ask yourself if you could cut out an activity. Nothing should ever come before school. Do all your homework during lunch and directly after school, so you don't have assignments bogging you down after a long day.
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    Enjoy the time you do have. Don't sit around during your free time going, "Dang, I have soccer practice in half an hour." Enjoy that free time doing something you want.
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    Don't push yourself over the edge. If you have a serious injury, let it heal for your sake and others. Do you really want to end up in the hospital after doing five back handsprings on a twisted wrist?