Time Management

Annoyed with how much time you’re wasting? Don’t get ticked off. Get started.

Time management. Its something we all struggle with. Right now is better than never to start getting organized especially when you’ve willingly inserted yourself in an environment as busy and as demanding as university. Learn to accomplish more with less effort when you take control of your time.

Benefits of effective Time Management?

  • Have greater productivity and efficiency. aka. get the things DONE!

  • There’s less to stress over when you’re not doing your essay last minute. 

  • Enjoy free time that you know you actually worked for (no more guilty Netflix breaks!)

  • Equip yourself with improved decision-making ability. 

Activity Logs

Jot down your daily activities and the time it takes to do them! Check out which tasks are more time consuming to organize your day more efficiently.

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To-Do Lists

Lists help keep you on track by reminding you what needs to be done, and when to do them by. Arrange your To-Do Lists by priority and use it to guide your days’ activities!


Setting goals can help you take better control of your life and motivate you to get things done. Keep track of your progress through charts on your subjects or bullet journals.

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Calculate the Cost of your Time

Time is money. If you’re in university and honest with yourself, there’s a good chance that you have little in your back pocket. Calculate exactly how much your time is worth based on how much you earn.

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Focus Keeper

Focus Keeper is a free app that helps you keep your productivity high while helping you avoid burnout.

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Rescue Time

RescueTime helps you understand where your time goes each day. Optimize your energy and take back control of your day by tracking your digital habits

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Loop - Habit Tracker

Loop helps you create and maintain good habits, allowing you to achieve your long-term goals. Detailed graphs and statistics show you how your habits improved over time.

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id you know that the average person has about 70,000 thoughts a day? Get your thoughts organized with Taskade. Make lists, capture ideas, and collaborate with groups to supercharge your team productivity.

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Wellness Warriors

Wellness Coordinator