If only you could get more time in your day, right? We are often overwhelmed with all the tasks that need to be done in such a short time, and we think that if we have more time, we would definitely manage everything. But that’s just a dream, there’s only 24 hours in one day. When we happen to see a super-productive person, we think that this is all about super-human abilities or maybe the absence of a personal life! In fact, it’s far less complex.

Try these time-management tips and you will be surprised by finding more time in your schedule.

Email Detox

Reading and responding to emails, sorting out junk mail are time-consuming activities. Start doing it more rarely and you will see how additional free minutes will appear. And you will be surprised that the world will not end if you stop checking your email box every 15 minutes.

Want to go even further? If you’re not waiting for an important letter, then forget about the existing of email for a few days, a week, or even a month. If it is not possible, try to check it a few times a day.

Touch it at once

Whenever you get your email, voicemail, or other documents to deal with, don’t put them on a waiting list. Take action immediately. Either reply the messages and deal with the paper work, or toss them. This way, you will avoid the piling up of work, reduce clutter and get more time.

No News

In the morning, when you are getting ready for school or work, don’t listen to or watch the news. This can not only slow you down, but even upset you with some tragic events (and slow you down even more!). Important news is usually discussed by people everywhere, so you will hear them later, as well as read or watch them.

Don’t waste your time waiting

Lines, waiting rooms, traffic jams – cruelly eat our time. Use your time correctly. Upload some e-books on your cell-phone, bring your paperwork with you if it needs to be done urgently, and get yourself busy while waiting.

Double Up

When you cook for your family, make double portion and freeze one. Next time, instead of cooking your meals, you will have time to work on something else.

Make To Do Lists

If you write down all the tasks and obligations you need to accomplish, you won’t forget anything. Cross of the tasks when they are done and track your progress.

Avoid distractions

If it is a TV or computer that distracts you, turn them off until you do the work. If this is your cell phone ringing every 5 minutes, put it on silent and let all of your calls go right to voicemail. Thus, you will concentrate better and your efficiency will improve. Sometimes you can combine two activities, like watching your favorite TV show and cooking.

Stop “Overcleaning”

Many of us are crazy about cleanliness and order. The truth is, that if you skip cleaning the floors one day, the floors will live on, and so will you. And if you don’t vacuum every day, you will reduce dust in your house, and that’s rather good. Another trick is cleaning the tools right after the usage. For example from https://pay-for-essay.biz/, if you wipe down your shower every day, then you can skip its weekly deep clean. 

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