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House work. Yard work. Volunteer work. Throw in school work, and that’s a lot of work outside work.
So how does the busy online college student make it all, well, work?
Students at Western Governors University are known for their time management, organization, and multi-tasking skills, so we recently asked the question of them on the WGU Facebook page:
“With the demands of school, work, family, volunteering in our communities, and trying to find some ‘me’ time, cleaning and housework can seem like luxuries that just don't fit in the schedule. What are your tips for keeping the house and yard work from completely falling by the wayside?”
As usual, the WGU community didn’t let us down, and the group brainstorming began. At the time of this blog post, we have received 52 responses and counting. What’s your tip? Share your ideas, your nuggets of wisdom, or some words of encouragement in the comments section below.
Here are some of the ideas from Facebook:
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