Daily Routines

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Your Daily Routines: Then and Now

Day Before College After College
Sunday I would spend this day relaxing at home and playing outside with my son. Being that I am attending college online I can still relax at home and spend time with my son.
Monday Work on the computer or around the house. I would also spend some time working out. When my son gets home from school I help him with his homework. Before I do anything I make sure I complete my plan for the week on how I want to finish my class work. I also complete a few discussion questions. When my son gets home from school I help him with his homework.
Tuesday I would spend time playing on my computer. When my son gets home from school I help him with his homework. I work on my class assignments and study the new material. When my son gets home from school I help him with his homework.
Wednesday I would spend time playing on my computer. When my son gets home from school I help him with his homework. I work on my class assignments and study the new material. When my son gets home from school I help him with his homework.
Thursday I would spend time playing on my computer. When my son gets home from school I help him with his homework. I work on my class assignments and study the new material. When my son gets home from school I help him with his homework.
Friday I would spend time playing on my computer. I work on my class assignments and study the new material.
Saturday I would spend this day relaxing at home and playing outside with my son. Being that I am attending college online I can still relax at home and spend time with my son.

What are the major differences in your daily routine now that you are in school?

I would have to say the major differences would have to be the time management. Making sure I set quite time aside to make sure my work is getting competed in a timely manner and also…...

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