Not only will this allow you both to get more work done, but you will feel a sense of accomplishment with the other person.
Finding Time to Balance Family Life and School For those of you who are married or have children, priorities are in quite a different order.
While college is a great way to better yourself and ultimately provide your family with a better life, it is important to prioritize well.
If you are in a relationship, try to set aside some time each week for you and your partner.
The most obvious explanation is that two people will change inestimably more between the ages of 20 and 30 than 30 and 40.
Katy, 30 and a designer, met her boyfriend while studying history of art at Norwich. "I don't think it's to do with being young; it's about your expectations because you've been a student.
Don’t sit around waiting for a boy to make you a priority, communicate his intentions, or even call you on the phone. And this God created and rules his world, including men, women, the biological compulsions that bind them together, and the institution that declares their union and keeps it sacred and safe.
Girls, stop expecting guys to make any formal attempt at winning your affections.
The pair got together at age 16, despite the misgivings of their parents (Barbara is Chinese-American, and Gordon is African-American), who threatened to disown them.
If I hadn't been to university, my life might have been settled from an earlier stage." As it was, Katy was trying to freelance in London while her boyfriend wanted to lecture at a provincial university.
Eventually they moved in with each other and stayed together for the next eight years. Going out into the big wide world wasn't such a big thing - it prolonged student life in some ways.
"We were only about 100 miles apart, so we were able to see each other on weekends and over the summers, but what happened was because there was so much against us in the beginning, we did try to date other people, and split up," Gee said.
"Our parents insisted that we make sure that we looked at other people, to make sure this relationship would be a strong one.