Anonymous
How can you make sure that studying should be the first priority? I'm sorry. It's just that i wake up everyday with the doubt whether which one i should sacrifice my time to and i'm just so sick of thinking about that all day. Do you get what i mean? Thanks :)

I get what you’re saying.  I have never been the type of person to devote all of my time to studying, I am a terrible procrastinator.  Well for me without going too much into detail I had a wake up call last semester which makes me have to place studying highest on my priorities.  I can tell this upcoming semester I’ll have days where I will say I need to run today, but I have school work to do.  I don’t know if you are in college or not but paying for classes in college also gives you some extra incentive to not end up “wasting your money” by getting poor grades and possibly losing credits.  You just have to make sure that yeah sometimes you will have to study instead of run or whatever it is you want to do, but there will be free time in your day.  Try to capitalize on it.  Try to do all you can in that day.  I feel like I’m not really making sense but if this helps you then I’m glad I could help :)

Anonymous
Studying or training? I can't balance them. It's killing me.

Balancing those 2 is definitely tricky.  As much as I dislike it, I would have to say place studying over training.  Coming from some one who did pretty poorly in my past semester I’ve seen what can happen because of it.  Yeah studying is never fun, but ya gotta do it.  Maybe try to change it up.  Study for a bit and then take a break and do some training or something like that.  You could say that if you want to get in some exercise make it a reward for finishing the studying you have.  It doesn’t sound like a fun compromise,  I’d say put a larger emphasis on studying, but don’t completely shut out any training.

Anonymous
Am i being too shallow if i say that i hit the follow button just seeing your username? lol

hah I don’t think so