Have you ever thought that 24 hours isn’t enough to do all you have to do? What do think is the reason? A lot depends on how you plan your daily round. Many outstanding people say that a daily timetable has helped them greatly to achieve what they have.
Now let me tell you about my usual working day. Almost every day I get up very early. As they say, early to bed, early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise. I don’t normally have a big breakfast – just a cup of tea or coffee and a sandwich. The thing is that I always have a substantial meal in the university canteen at about 1 o’clock when we have a break after lectures. I have a varied timetable, but on a normal day I have two hours of practical work and then two or three hours in the lab. Occasionally I have to stay at the university till 5 or 6 o’clock p.m. because I go to the library to get ready for my practical classes or to write a report. Usually I don’t miss my classes because I want to pass my exams successfully.
In the evening when my parents come back home, we gather together in the kitchen, we have supper and we discuss the latest news.
After supper I go for a walk my friends. At about 10 o’clock I come back, take a shower and go to bed.