What organizational methods, study routines, or lifestyle activities better equip an overwhelmed college student to thrive?
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In other words, what are some good tips for proactive studying (i.e. making flash cards, taking notes from the book, making diagrams/analogies), for a healthy lifestyle (i.e. daily exercise or exercise ‘X’ times per week, eating a certain diet), and good organization (i.e. keeping a planner, having a folder for each class, or making lists) that can help a pre-med student remain prepared? #student-development#student-affairs#college-student#premed#organized#preparedness
In summary: develop good habits. Your good and bad habits compound (grow) over time and point you in a certain direction (good or bad). With good habits you'll find good things happen automatically: sleep, grades, nutrition/hydration, studying/understanding, friendships, etc. With bad habits you'll obviously end up in a bad place over time. The best resource for this in my opinion is the book: Atomic Habits by James Clear.
Listen or read the book Atomic Habits by James Clear. Using the book figure out what's important to you and set up habits that point you in the right direction for college and beyond. With good habits in place all of these good things start to happen automatically.