1. GET PLENTY OF SLEEP
New studies prove that children need around nine hours of sleep each night to feel rested. Itâ€™s important to try to get plenty of sleep. If youâ€™re finding it hard to sleep, make sure your bedroom is set up for you to get a good nightâ€™s sleep. A nice, cool and dark room with a comfortable bed can help.
2. EAT A HEALTHY BREAKFAST
Those eat a healthy breakfast are more likely to have better concentration, problem-solving skills and hand â€“eye coordration. They can be more alert, creative and are less likely to miss school. Whether its yogurt, whole grain muffins, cereal or a fruit smoothie, a good healthy breakfast will set you on course for a productive day.
3. PLAN AHEAD AND MAKE GOOD CHOICES
There are so many priorities and choices competing for your time. Before the chaos begins, make sure your school supplies include a wall calendar or personal planner to help with your planning. When the schedule starts looking crammed, itâ€™s time to start making choices and declining additional commitments.
4. SHOP SMART
Itâ€™s exciting when you have the opportunity to purchase new items for your wardrobe, and more importantly, itâ€™s important to shop smart .When buying new items, first take inventory of what you currently have on hand. Donate any items that no longer work and make a list of what you need to purchase.
5. CONTINUE TO IMPROVE
Keep in mind, you may encounter some hiccups along the way and everyone is nervous. Many people find beginnings a challenge and can struggle as they juggle the too many things that need to be done. Just donâ€™t forget that a new year is also a chance to step out of your comfort zone and try new things, make new friends and continue to make improvement while you learn cool, new stuff.
Christo Kurian Tomy
Std V - B ; Roll no.6