4 Easy Time Management
*At the beginning of each week, take 15-30 minutes to plan
*Also,create a to-do list each morning.
lists simple—jot down one word for each task. Your list will look
more organized and less overwhelming to look at.
your list! This will help you spend more time on the things that matter to
you can also do easy tasks first. Some people feel more motivated when they
knock tasks off their list.
- If you
are a procrastinator, getting started is the hardest part. So, commit
yourself to 15 minutes each day. For example, if you have a paper to
write, and do not feel like writing the paper, spend time brainstorming. When
the 15 minutes is up, you can then choose to continue or stop.
B. Learn to
* Most people over commit. This often leads to feelings that
C. Get Rid of Bad Habits
* Make a list of habits that are wasting your time and then
work on removing them from your life one bad habit at a time.
D. Create Me Time!
* Plan pleasurable activities and time for rest. No matter
how busy you are, make the most of what little “you-time” you have—be present
to the moment and remember to play!