### Time Survey: How You Spend Your Time

This should give you an idea of how much time you have available to study, and just to take time and relax for yourself. In some cases, you'll notice that you had more free time than you thought, and can think of new and exciting ways to fill it. In others, you may realize that you have a time deficit (i.e. are spending more than 168 hours a week doing "stuff") - that's probably a good sign that you should cut down on your weekly obligations for a more healthy, productive lifestyle. Print out this form and calculate your time:

 Hours of sleep needed each night (not how many you usually get, how many you need; should be at least 7) ____ x 7 = Hours of grooming each day ____ x 7 = Hours for meals (provide time for 3 meals/day even if you don't eat them all) ____ x 7 = Total travel time each week (include times to get home on weekends, if you go home) Hours per week of scheduled activities (church, clubs, sports, etc.) Hours for chores, errands, etc. per week Hours of work per week Hours of class per week Total hours in a week: 168 Subract your calculated number of hours - Difference is number of hours of unscheduled time per week