3 Easy Ways to Juggle Your Work and Study Life


These days many students are deciding to take on work while they’re busy with their studies. And it’s not hard to see why. Doing so gives you the chance to gain some valuable work experience, earn some money and figure out if that’s really the career path you want to be following. But it also means you have to spread your time between two very important parts of your life, and doing so can create problems if it’s not done properly.

That’s why we’ve listed 3 easy ways to stay on top of both your work and study life.

Schedule
Creating a schedule is one of the most important things you can do. It means you can divide your time evenly between studying, working and your own free time. Spending too much time on either one can cause the rest to fall out of sync and can cause you unnecessary stress which doesn’t help anyone. It takes discipline because once you’ve scheduled your week ahead, you need to stick to it. Sometimes temptation can seep in, which just results in not enough work getting done and you end up working weekends and evenings.

Choose Your Job
If possible, you should try find a job that allows you some flexibility. This is especially important when exams roll around, and your studying can get quite hectic. Sometimes you may need time off, and your job needs to be able to allow this.
Look for something that you can work part-time, and it’ll make everything a lot easier. But with that, often comes less pay and unsatisfying work. But it’s up to you to decide what’s more important.

Take a Break
Working non-stop can be tiresome and can take a toll on your productivity. Taking small breaks between work and study can mean you have more energy to get more done. But other than taking breaks while you’re working, it’s also good to take time out of your schedule for yourself. A full day to pamper yourself and socialise can have an incredible benefit on your stress levels and your work ethic.

Fulltime work and study can create a busy life, but it pays off in the end. As long as you can keep it up, plan appropriately and work hard, you can create a great work ethic for when you’re finish studying and about to start your dream career.