Summer is slowly coming to an end and before we realize school would have started. Some can’t wait to go back to school and some just wish summer could last forever. Whether you are one or the other, here are some tips to get you ready for the upcoming school year.
Set your alarm a little earlier
School season is around the corner, which means you’ll have to wake up early as you do now. Start setting your alarm a little earlier each week. Instead of waking up at noon, try to wake up an hour before. And so on. By doing this you’ll get used to waking up early again.
Delete old computer files
Why have some files, you don’t even need anymore? Delete them all.
Write down goals for the semester
Write them down and try to achieve them during the semester. Those goals don’t have to be school related, but just things you want to achieve. For example; get good grades, meet new people, join some clubs and others.
Make a list of thing you want/have to do before school season starts
- Write at least 15 posts before moving to campus (I’ll move in 2 weeks, wish me luck).
- Go dorm shopping.
- Learn how to cook a simple dish.
- Spend some quality time with family and friends.
Just write down the things you want to do and try to do them. By writing them down you’ll get organized and it you won’t have an excuse to forget them anymore. I also wrote a Last Minute Summer Bucket-List. Be sure to check it out!
If you already have your textbooks, take a look at them.
I know what you’re thinking. Why should you look through your textbooks if school hasn’t begun yet? Well, it is better to go to a class and have an idea of the school material you’ll be using and of the things you’ll be learning about throughout the year, than showing up to class without no clue about anything. I never did this and I was always so lo
st in the first class. Every year I would promise myself to go through my textbooks before starting class but guess what? I never did. Guys, don’t be like me.
Buy school supplies.
I LOVE to buy school supplies, but school supplies can add up really fast and it can end up being really pricey sometimes. So, make a list of what you’ll need for the school year, and check if you already have some things at home. Not everything has to be new.
Get a planner
Yes, you read right. Get a planner! School life can get busy, you may end up having more homework than last school year. And you’ll have more things to do if you belong to some club. You might be telling yourself, you can remember all of those events, tasks, essays, etc. Let me tell you, you won’t, you may remember some of those things, but you’ll certainly forget most of them. So, trust me, get a planner and actually use it.
Do you have any other tips to get ready for school? Leave a comment below! And if you’re going to start college this fall, you may want to check out honestlyhannahblog.com She blogs about college life and I literally read all her posts and it really helped me to have an idea of what college is going to be like. So check it out!
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