stress over job and school. How do I get rid of it?

For those who are done with college, how did you deal with the stress during the first few years of colllege, like balancing your studying and looking for a job? Money is like the biggest thing I need right now but no one's hiring. And studying is such a hassle, but something I force myself to do. How do I balance? I'm getting so much stress from this.

Asked By: QueenB - 9/8/2010
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Always remember that even if you have a lot of work to do, all-nighters aren't all they're cracked up to be. Your work will be crappy and really slow if you're running on no sleep. It's more economical to get that sleep - your work will be more efficient (quality+speed) when your brain works right... More
Answered By: Armadillo Soup - 9/9/2010
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relax you dont want to trip over your own shoes. just take things slow and keep a eye on the paper for jobs :)
Answered By: James hu - 9/8/2010
the best i can say to you is settle down and put on your seatbelt, its gonna be a bumpy ride. i just got out of the military last year and im going to college now myself, been in college for a year and i have a job on top of that.i work and do college full time. leads alot to little sleep and high stress levels. the... More
Answered By: johnny b - 9/8/2010
Like many others you are capable of doing both things gracefully. Don't imagine and magnify your stress of studies. Prefer mental rehearsals more then reading many times. Read less and remember more is the concept. If you dislike subjects your brain wont retain more information about it or you will have to struggle to... More
Answered By: dinesh k - 9/8/2010
I can understand that money is the big issue in such a situation.There is nothing to worry about anythng dear... More
Answered By: Angel Jose - 9/8/2010
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