Students have to go through a lot of things as they are still in the learning phase of life. With effective time management, classes, homework, sports, and hobbies, students have to give time to all these activities and excel there.


Effective time management leads to a better approach to any problem in life. Poor time management leads to poor results in these activities and thus causes stress.


I was terrible in time management and planning. I found it initially hard to plan and execute. But over time I found some of the very helpful tools. You can use your smartphone to manage yourself more effectively.

“The most efficient way to live reasonably is every morning to make a plan of one’s day and every night to examine the results obtained.” - Alexis Carrel


Here I’ll give you some tools and study apps for better time management, stress management, and productivity. I have used these tools and tips overtimes to manage my time effectively and achieve outstanding results.


1. Wysa: During difficult times, and it is natural to feel anxious and vulnerable. But, you don't have to go through this alone.


Sometimes you need to talk things through - and everyone seems to have an opinion or analysis of your situation. All you need is someone who will listen and ask the right questions to help you figure things out. That's exactly what Wysa does.


With Wysa's AI chat and more than 100+ free tool packs for anxiety and isolation, you can get yourself on track easily. Wysa has helped over a million people last year. 


During my study, I often ended up being stressed and sometimes more worried. I am a regular user of Wyse. I often used to chat with Wysa. The chatbot is too clear and it brings you the feeling that someone is caring about your thoughts.


If something is bothering me, I write it there and use it’s tool packs to bring my attention back to myself. The mindfulness breathing, emotional thinking are some of the best features available.


If you are also being worried, use this app. With 4.7 ratings on play store, Wysa is recommended as the best app for COVID-19 stress and anxiety.


You also need not worry about your privacy as Wysa is completely anonymous and complies with NHS's DCB 0129 standards for clinical safety.


2. Amazon Audible: Audible is a seller and producer of spoken audio entertainment, information, and educational programming on the Internet.


Amazon audible has more than 200K audible books. There are widespread categories of books available with different languages including Hindi.


You can listen to your favorite genre of books by celebrities in India. Instead of watching shitty videos and wasting time on social media, amazon audible is a nice way to listen to bestseller books and get yourself organized.


You can also get the free trial of amazon audible and see yourself if it helps you or not.


3. Google Keep: Google Keep is a note-taking service developed by Google. Launched on March 20, 2013, Google Keep is available on the web and has mobile apps for Android and iOS mobile operating systems.


Google Keep offers a variety of tools for taking notes, including text, lists, images, and audio.


I use this app for keeping my tasks organized in one place. The weekly planning, daily tasks, monthly objectives, exam, and assignment deadlines, I use it to store this information so that I can easily access them over my phone or laptop.


4. Counter app: This app helps you to keep a count of something and you can update it accordingly. You can also add multiple counters using this counter app.


As I suggest everyone, I always use the Pomodoro Technique for doing any work. I maintain multiple counters on my smartphone.


I have counters for the number of the session I studied (a 30 minutes block of time is a session for me), number of books read monthly, number of times I watched social media every day, etc.


I increase the counter by one each time I do one of these activities. I analyze myself at the end of each day and plan for the next day accordingly.


5. Online-Stopwatch.com: I think this is the best stopwatch tool I have ever found. With more than 100 different stopwatch styles and graphics, these apps give you a feel.


I often use a candle stopwatch and sand stopwatch. You will a ticking alarm sound after the timer ends.


You get a lot of different timers having some cool graphics. Use the Pomodoro Technique for study with these timers.


Conclusion:

Effective time management, stress management, and analyzing yourself at each point is crucial things to do if you want to improve yourself.


With these apps and tools, you will see yourself organized and work in more planned and efficient manners.


If you also use any tools to maximize your productivity, let us know in the comment box.



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