The hardships of balancing football and studies

It is always a difficult task to try and balance two or more time and energy consuming doings in life. Depending on the severity, regardless of how organized you are, one might find himself torn between having to pick between a couple of choices or, at the very least, choose where they’d focus more of their attention. Especially when it comes to college and football, or any other sport for that matter, things can get pretty hard. People are often stuck between a rock and a hard place.

One of the things that make things harder is the fact that, to many, both education and football practice are equally important. Those with immense ambition often find themselves with numerous deadlines, having to calculate and navigate throughout the day if they plan on achieving everything they’ve set their minds to. Even during less busy days, there’s usually not a lot of free time to be spent messing around or playing hardcore porn games.

Of course, choosing one thing and focusing on it makes things a lot easier. If a person decides he is more into getting that college degree and pursuing a professional career in the field, then he can go easy on the practice. Not entirely quitting football is always a plus as it helps on multiple levels such as personal health or social life. Naturally, they will be giving up the opportunity of potentially becoming famous athletes but not everyone is into that. On the other hand, focusing on your football career can leave you with a lot less time for studying. Same with the previous option, this one does come with risks and there are pros and cons. You can decide to commit yourself to practice and advance towards becoming a better football player but it’s almost inevitable that your grades will end up suffering. However, as long as you don’t put yourself at risk of dipping too low and do a decently good job in class, you should be ok.

The real trouble comes with those who want it all. I’m not saying that is a bad thing, it’s actually the opposite, but trying to excel at everything can leave a person burned out, which is far worse than just being tired after a couple of nights of no sleep. When it comes to balancing football and studies, the first thing you should do is figure out how much you can achieve in perfect conditions. That is possible but not often the case so don’t try and push yourself even further than that, taking on even more time-consuming hobbies or activities. You won’t have enough time to properly play lesbian sex games as it is so you definitely wouldn’t want to add even more to your daily to-do list. And that list is exactly what will help you in situations like these. Grab a pen and paper (or a smartphone nowadays), organize yourself with it, and go conquer the world or at least college and football.

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Two-time grad of THE University of South Carolina.

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