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Tips to help you with preparation

  • Do it the night before. It can help you so that you don't have to scramble, for instance, to find clothes or to look for a missing item.
  • When possible, do it well in advance. It will sort out unforeseen issues.
  • Do the pre-work. Read the materials, Review the data. Practice the activity so that you are ready.
  • Preparing saves you time. It reduces errors, prevents re-work, and shortens activities.
  • Reduce your stress. When you are ready, you feel confident. Your stress is reduced because you have less to worry about.
  • Make it a habit. Make it part of your lifestyle.

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