Whether you're a fresh college grad or established in your career, working two jobs is becoming more and more common. However, when you wear many hats it can be tiring personally and professionally. When you're putting in a lot of hours and running from one location to the next, there's always a chance you may burn out. Of course, there are many benefits of working two jobs as well. When you take on multiple positions you can supplement your income, learn good time management skills and diversify your resume. In some cases, working two positions may be a necessity if they're both part time. Either way, you'll want to make sure you have the time and energy to give both jobs your all. Here are five tips for managing two jobs: 

1. Prioritize your commitments 
When you're working two jobs, time becomes a fleeting element, especially if you work both jobs in one day. To help ensure that you don't burn yourself out, prioritize tasks you need to accomplish outside of the office. Regular chores such as grocery shopping, laundry and doing the dishes will likely take up time when you're not at work. In some cases, you may simply need to prioritize tasks from one job over the other depending on your deadlines and professional schedule. 

2. Ask for flexibility 
Having two jobs with rigid schedules can be a hefty challenge. If you can find at least one job that's willing to work with your schedule, it can make managing your time much easier overall. That way, you know that your work schedules won't overlap and that you'll have adequate time to relax and refuel in between jobs. Don't be afraid to communicate your needs with your superiors at either workplace. Your bosses may be more lenient about your schedule if you have a specific need for it. 

3. Give yourself time to recharge 
If you're working all the time, free moments to socialize and enjoy yourself are likely rare. Definitely schedule time to go out and have fun, but also make sure that you catch up on sleep and allow yourself to relax and refuel. Otherwise, burning out is inevitable. Consider taking up a relaxing pastime such as yoga, tai chi or meditation so that you can decompress after a long, stressful week. Moreover, take the time to catch up on sleep. If your jobs prevent you from having a regular sleep schedule, opt for power naps throughout the day to keep your energy up. 

4. Focus on your career goals 
If possible, make sure that one of your jobs is relevant to your long term career goals. While we all have to pay the bills, if you're working two jobs that are irrelevant to your professional passions, then it's likely not providing you with the foundational experiences you need. Even if it's only a part time internship or volunteer position, make sure that you're working toward the position you want in some capacity. 

5. Write to do lists 
To do lists are one of the simplest ways to help you manage your time. When you have a lot to accomplish, there's no better way to keep track of all your projects and commitments. If you're a pencil and paper kind of person, consider investing in a nice day planner that has specific dates and times in which to write down your work schedule and various appointments. If you're technologically savvy, consider using the calendar application on your smartphone, tablet or laptop. Either way, a to do list will give you a go-to resource for keeping your schedule.