Make The Most Of Every Day

Do you ever feel like you don't finish everything you wanted to do in a single day? Do you become stressed out because there is just too much to do? I know I sometimes feel like this and so I thought I would post an article to help everyone out with this dilemma, and show you how you can get the most of every day.

The tips for this will be broken down into individual sections so that it is easier to grasp them, as a long article without breaks can be a little overwhelming...

Getting The Most Of Every Day

1. Relax
When it feels like you have to do 1001 things in a single day or over a period of a week, slow down and take a deep breath. The key is relaxing and thinking logically about how you will order out and do these tasks. Leaving them half done and moving onto another isn't going to help because you will forget some, wont get them finished or problems will occur during tasks that will leave problems with other tasks. Relax and think logically, it will make a world of difference.

2. Plan Out Your Day / Week
Make sure you plan out what you have to do, this doesn't have to be a massive calendar with notes for every minute of the day but simply a list of what you have to do that day or throughout the week will definitely assist you in getting all the tasks done on time. If possible, sit down with your family or partner and discuss if they can help you get some of these done, possibly your husband or wife could help you in taking the kids to soccer practice while you get dinner going and take a conference call. Being able to distribute your tasks evenly and plan out ahead, will minimize stress, anxiety and frustration down the path.

3. Set Aside You / Family Time
Some people are work machines, they don't stop until they get everything done and this is a mistake I believe. You should set aside at least 30 minutes to 1 hour each day minimum for you to sit down, watch television, read a book, call a friend, do whatever you want and just not think about work. If we work too much, it often consumes us and our family and social lives can suffer.

4. Don't Procrastinate
This is possibly the worst thing you could do, sure I advise you set time out for yourself and your family but being lazy and not doing the work will land you in a world of trouble when people need things on their desks... Don't over work but certainly don't under work...


I hope these tips help you out in planning out and getting through the tasks you have to complete each day or throughout the week. I know that when I sat down and followed these tips, I definitely saw a difference in the efficiency of my work and I hope they work just as well for you too.

peace out ^_^

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