It’s almost like there are never enough hours in a day. Time management is something I learned very quickly in life and for good reason. I am a huge fan of getting exactly what I want, and when I want it. A spoiled notion, I agree, but what’s the point in doing anything if you don’t get satisfaction from it? I learned very young that time management is the only way to combine work, pleasure, and leisure efficiently in a day. Sure, there are always going to be the days when work overrides pleasure and leisure, and yes, you will have those days when leisure overrides everything, but if you can get in all three everyday day I guarantee you will sleep well. Explore everyday, learn something new everyday, and relax everyday. This summer I have strengthened my time management, which has been an incredibly rewarding experience. Even with school work, I found that I had to be in the library to get anything done, I would get too distracted otherwise. But with iMADdu, I have learned to management my time differently, in a way that taught me how to schedule my time so I could work at home without it cutting into my other activities. For me at least, doing work and staring at my comfortable couch and the television calling my name was impossible. But, using a time management approach, I could do my work knowing that my reward would be leisure time. Before the summer, work outside the office seemed like a daunting task. Now, I can accomplish it without a worry.