Struggling With Finding Time? My 6 Time Management Strategies

What I learned from 2 years of juggling 3 projects

Karina
ILLUMINATION

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For 2 years during my studies,

I was:

  • studying
  • working part-time
  • the president of a student organization

and I had time for my boyfriend and family.

This doesn’t mean I barely passed those projects or was bad at my job.

I was:

  • reliable
  • on time
  • prepared
  • ready to take action
  • productive

and nobody could say I was bad. I actually got the opposite feedback.

How did I manage to do all that and get positive feedback too?

Some of it was because I had to do it.

It was COVID, and we didn’t find anyone to do the job of the president. It took me a little longer to do my master's, but I was at the same pace as some friends who “only” worked part-time.

And I worked 25 hours to earn the money I needed.

In retrospect, I’m not sure how I did everything. It seems like a lot.

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Karina
ILLUMINATION

Introvert. Writing about my strategies from lessons learned about self-growth and productivity. Get my guide: karina-ahrer.com/boost-your-productivity/