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« Reply #11: March 11, 2010, 09:19:33 pm »

Forgive me if this isn't the right place to post this, but I couldn't really think of anywhere else it might go.

For those of you who are still in school and also have part-time jobs, what helps you get through those long days? On the days when I work, I leave for school at 7:00 AM and get home at 3:00 PM, then leave for work an hour later and don't get home until 9:00 PM. Most days, I'm lucky if I don't need a cup of coffee (or two!) just before going to work- never mind after work when I'm trying to finish my school assignments!

So, how do you manage? What sort of tricks do you use to help you get through school, work, and the inevitable homework? (Any suggestions for alternatives to caffeine would be greatly appreciated as well! Cheesy)

I work about 16 hours a week for Rosetta Stone. I work from home, so I can work and do homework at the same time. Sometimes I end up having to work from the time I get home until the time I normally go to bed. Or, work will get busy (I'm getting better changing between Irish and English), and I can't do my homework.

Days like that, I will spend my prep hour doing homework and getting my stuff ready for the next day, and then finish anything I couldn't finish on the bus/train in the morning.

Also: I'm a chai girl. Smiley

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