Wouldn’t it be great if you had a few more hours in the day to do the things you wanted to do? In this article, I will cover a few time-saving strategies to win back some time for yourself.
Whether you desire a bit of exercise, catch up on your reading, get around to that language learning or spend time with family or friends. It always seems to be a struggle to find enough time to do these things.Given that each day has a fixed number of hours and your obligations show no sign of abating it would seem that clawing back some time is but a pipe dream. But, that is exactly the topic of today’s article, how to save time in daily life.The internet is full of information on how to save time and time-saving tips. I have seen work from other thinkers in this field such as Brian Tracy who have also tackled this subject in his book, Time Power. You can check out my review of Time Power for further details. He advocates a few ideas such as getting up early, skipping lunch and working late.
I don’t know about you but that seems rather draconian!
I don’t know about you but that seems rather draconian. I don’t know about you but none of those options really sound appealing to me. In this article, I would like to take a different approach. How can I win back some time every day without being completely exhausted or compromising other aspects of my life? Now you may be thinking that one cannot have everything and something has to give. And, you would be right to be skeptical. But, give me a few minutes of your time and I think you will find something of practical value that will help you every day. In this article, I want to propose a few common sense steps that you can take to claw back some precious time every day.
Still with me? Good, then let’s get started.
Time Saving Tip #1, Go to Bed Early!
The normal productivity advice is to get up early in order to get a head start on your important goals. There are good reasons why this approach is advocated. Those include better mental health, improved productivity and even a healthier diet.
Those include better mental health, improved productivity and even a healthier diet
. If you seek a bit more information on the wealth of benefits, feel free to suss out the following articles, from Leo Babauta, JR Thorpe and Kosio Angelov. Now, back to this article for tips on how to save time. I am going to come at this from the opposite side of the coin which is to go to bed early. The reason I am doing this is because I don’t believe that getting up early, and still going to bed at the same time is going to help you. It certainly does not help me be more productive if I am completely exhausted the following Go to the full article.
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