Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Efficient Things students can do in COVID-19

The Takeaway:

Suddenly, we're in a situation where we're in the world all the time, but don't know how to use our time correctly. This isolation period will prove to be a hidden blessing for several thousand years.

List of productive things students can undertake during quarantine

1. Update your resume 

It seems like our curriculum vitae gets attention the only day before a free job alert interview. Let’s be proactive by using this free time to update our curriculum vitae. Yes, this is a time-consuming and challenging task, but it seems the perfect time to achieve it now. You can even check it out to your friends/mentors to give you feedback to improve it. 

 

2. Assess your finances

While he was just 11 years of age, Warren Buffet purchased his first stock. It’s worth 88.9 billion dollars today. It was the Oracle of Omaha’s political legacy. We know that it seems to be hard times when markets tanked (COVID-19) make you worry about money. Yet now is also the best time to test out a couple of financial markets tricks. Consider hiring financial planners if you don’t think your financial capabilities are up to date. Economic freedom is a beautiful advantage, as it helps you to lead your own lives. Your financial assessment includes the identification and rectification of areas where you tend to expend more.

 

3. Work on your health

Most of us are fond of blaming our busy schedule for failure to operate. Now, what is your apology? Now, you need to reflect on your health as well as free time is available. Just get in good shape, you don’t need a fancy gym card. Hundreds of home videos are on the internet that requires few to no exercise facilities. Chew out and stick to a realistic fitness schedule.

 

4. Build a network base

Approximately everyone works from home, and this trend will continue for the foreseeable future. This is also a perfect chance to check on people about whom you may have been communicating. Ask them how they deal with the COVID-19 pandemic and then engage in a more relaxed conversation. However, it may not be a good time to ask for coffee, since maintaining social distance is an excellent way to keep up with the radar and reach them via social networking sites. As everyone is stuck within the confines of their homes, they have relatively high chances of responding.

 

5. Take up a hobby

We say that developing a habit takes 21 days. This quarantine lifestyle is perfect for a sport, for the longest time you had to take up. You can cook, draw on your skills in drawing, or even take up an instrument. We recommend that you take some fun to help you in your career later. And you’ll have a new talent at your fingertips, as the universe returns to standard.

Disclaimer: The article reflects the opinions of the author and is not representative of CloudStory or TimesNext’ views.
The article does not offer any investment advice. User discretion is advised. Extensive and diligent research should be carried out by the reader before making a decision or buying any product or services.

Aakriti Suri
Aakriti Suri
Aakriti Suri is a Commerce graduate who aims at enlightening people through her writings. Apart from being a content writer, she loves to chit-chat and binge-watch.

Leave A Reply

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here