This is a loaded question but a very relevant one. You have to be very deliberate and rigorous around how you schedule your day; even planning for down time. Next, you have to have the discipline to stick to it. For example, I used to schedule my time by hour blocks. I knew that during the hours of 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm (M-F) I would study a certain set of subjects. From 5:00 - 6:00, being that I am also a mother and wife, I would prepare dinner. Eating took place around 6:15 or so and lasted until 7:00. Family time, bath time and bedtime for my kids were between 7:00 - 9:00. Spouse time was from 9:00 - 9:45 or so and then 10:00 - until was dedicated to homework. I also worked a full time job which is why my school life started around 5. The only variation would be due to class time and that would be worked in appropriately. Whether you choose to plan digitally with Google calendar or old fashioned pen and paper, get yourself a calendar, plan your day around it and stick to it. Also - and I just thought about this... there will be a level of sacrifice since there are only 24 hours in a day. Friends and family time would have to be scaled back in order to accommodate for the additional demand and only you know how much scaling back should take place based on your needs, values, etc.
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