The problem that most of us face day in and day out is the lack of hours in the day to complete everything we want to. Starting the day off in a rush to get to work and then wasting anywhere from forty minutes to an hour commuting, takes a toll on the day’s planning.
Many find themselves so bereft of time that they can hardly step out to have a proper lunch let alone spend time with their families.
All of this can be fixed with just a little bit of foreshadowing. Sounds like a very obvious answer but it is surprising how many people leave tasks to the last minute to complete. Those tasks then start to pile up and the juggling act begins. The goal here is making sure that you are not in that situation in the first place.
Simply put, you need to be sure of how you’re going to spend your day and start keeping track of time.
Take breakfast for example. This will almost always take up a good thirty minutes to an hour in the morning. Most people end up skipping breakfast to save time if they’re single, but it can become a problem when family is involved.
Steps to take would include preparations to be done the night before. That would save you half the time in the morning when you are already running late.
If you can manage to simply write down your day in routine, you will start to notice places that you can take out time for yourself by optimizing time usage. This is going to be key in this endeavor.
Once you have everything written down, you will find that it becomes much easier to identify where you might be spending unnecessary time. Use that to help yourself budget time for the future, and experience and do more every day.