To what extent do you monitor your own energy levels during the day and plan your activities accordingly? An active or passive break if needed? Do you design your living environment to give you the most energy? Or, do you recognize the tendency to keep working at the expense of decent breaks? Skipping a meal and later having a strong craving for sugar? Running empty on social contacts that bring you nothing?  

As a student, you have to work hard to get everything done, but sometimes this drains your (mental, social, physical) batteries faster than you realize. It may help to take a close look at your own energy management. You can do this during the Energy Management training, but you can also take steps yourself to create more balance in your daily life.

Below are several tools to help you get started with your energy management and how to balance your mental, social and physical batteries accordingly.





Please note: the tips and tools we provide on this page are intended only as general advice for getting started on your own and should not be considered exhaustive. The list is based on our own knowledge and experiences with the resources, and while we do our best to provide accurate and relevant information, we cannot guarantee that the tips provided are suitable for your specific situation. If you need more help or advice for your individual situation, find who to contact here.