Establishing and maintaining the balance between work, research and life is important for you if you want to learn good habits to manage your time now, and for the future. This all makes good sense of course, and people have their differing ways of managing their time. This chapter helps you to think of ways of timing the stages of your research, and balancing its demands with the other demands of life, at different stages in the research and in your life. It considers a range of time-management practices to help you to balance your research work and the rest of your life and develop good habits for the future. It also helps you to consider work rhythms.
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