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Set clear goals

Posted By: dorishall

Date: Thu, 15 Aug 2019

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Let's face it: you've got a lot to do and not enough time to do it in. But how do you know whether you've done enough, or even when you're done? Setting goals for yourself every day is one way to adhere strictly to your schedule, while still feeling as though you've accomplished something that day. For example, if you have a lot of studying to do or a paper that you need to write by yourself or with writing service, for exammple https://domywriting.com/buy-essay/, set a goal of reading for two hours and writing for two hours until it's done.


Know when it's time to stop
Remember productivity tip number one? The part about getting up early? If you're going to do that, you need to know when it's time to stop working and start resting. Set a time each day for when you plan to stop working for the day and just give yourself time to unwind. This may make it much easier to fall asleep at a reasonable hour.



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GIIS is atleast twice as expensive I think it is 22k a year. I picked the cheapest and I picked Indian intl school because it is going to be seamless when we move to India, syllabuswise. Also all Indian kids so lots of familiarity for my daughter. Without living in India she knows so much about India, going back will be a piece of cake.

All this because we were denied PR as well as denied a seat in local school. So with that context in mind this is the next best thing.
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I see, are you planning on moving back to India in the near future?
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I believe that you would be more than financially independent if you were to move to India. Which city .....

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