DeBlogs > Nooreen Jahan > Self Care in College
By Nooreen Jahan /
October 22, 2018 /
Posted in: Student Life /
Schedules are key - Start by prioritizing your classes, work, and major due dates. Then your other activities that you need to attend and add them as they come up. If you have a set schedule, you’ll know what days you’re free to take some time off, and when you’re not.
Don’t overdo all-nighters - Sleep is super important when you’re a student. It can be tempting to just stay up all night and study for that midterm or finish up that one assignment. I usually do an all-nighter if I absolutely need to get something done, but I try to avoid it as much as possible. Instead, I would recommend starting assignments or studying as soon as you know when their due and avoid procrastinating.
Take a day off - It’s okay to take a day to just be unproductive and have a breather from the stress of school.
Take care of yourself - Sometimes self-care doesn’t look like face masks and bath bombs. Sometimes it is just making sure you drank enough water or got out of bed in the morning. Whatever self-care looks like to you, make sure you’re doing what makes you feel better and being responsible.