Greetings and peace be with you islam servant;
I want to be a good,honest muslim , but I cannot
You cannot be judged a good honest Muslim by the things you achieve in one day, you will be judged good and honest on your whole life.:)
Faith in God is a journey always one day at a time and our journey ends with death to this life. In a way the goals you set for yourself cannot be measured by what you achieve at college, rather they are a lifetime’s goal. Maybe now is a good time to learn about patience:)
The most effective time management tool is simply to make a list of the things you have to do tomorrow and prioritise them by importance. Give each task a number, one being the most important and six being the least important, try and set a time limit for each task. The following evening go to your list review honestly the things you have achieved for the day and make a new list for tomorrow.
Keep looking at your watch when you are doing things and try and stay with the time limits you set yourself from the day before. Bad time management is often down to not having a plan, not keeping an eye on the time and just drifting through the day.
The toughest task is probably dealing with friends and other people who seem to take up time. But !!
When you are with other people is the time you actually put into practice being a good honest Muslim and it gives you a chance to practice your faith.
In the spirit of journeying in faith always one day at a time knowing that our God holds us in the palm of his hand