The topic I chose to teach was “Stress and Time Management.” My Presentation was based on stress and time management because I know it is a struggle to transition into college and learn the responsibility of managing multiple aspects of life all in one. I too have been struggling through a lot personally within the realm of stress and time management, so I used this opportunity to educate my students on the factors of management. "The Psychology of Time Management and 5 Strategies” from Psychology Today, delves into the psychological aspects of time management. The article discusses the importance of understanding one's individual relationship with time, offering five practical strategies to enhance time management skills. By exploring the psychology behind our time choices, individuals can better navigate the demands of their daily lives, ultimately reducing stress. The second source, "Stress Management: Managing Your Time" from HealthLink BC, provides valuable insights into the correlation between stress and time management. It emphasizes the role of effective time management in mitigating stress levels and maintaining a healthy work-life balance. Amherst College's Counseling Center article titled "Time Management" focuses on self-care and stress reduction through time management. It highlights the connection between effective time management and personal wellness. By incorporating time management principles into daily routines, individuals can create space for self-care and stress reduction, ultimately improving their overall quality of life. My goal for this presentation was to enlighten my audience about the relationship between stress and time management, while offering practical strategies and ideas that allow them to reduce stress and enhance their time management skills for a healthier college-life balance.
College experience, student life, COR 101, campus involvement, time management