Sleep is vital for school success, and success in all areas of life. By setting up a good sleep system, young people can stay well-rested.
Most schools have physical education programs that force students to participate in sport and expect them to enjoy it. This isn’t what exercise is supposed to be. We should enjoy physical activity in and of itself.
Young people make mistakes, just like everyone else. If they are to learn and grow from those mistakes, though, both parents and universities have to stop treating them like infants.
I bet you don’t remember when you took your first steps, but I can guarantee you fell down. You didn’t know what failure meant then, so you kept on trying until you succeeded. So why as adults do we resist continuing to try after a few failed attempts at something?
When it comes to starting your day, you probably set your alarm, get up, brush your teeth, dress and grab a bite (hopefully!), and hustle out the door to tackle your day. Whether you’re aware of it or not, you’re developing lifestyle habits. These habits set the tone for how you manage your time and energy for the rest of the day.