One of the biggest stressors for most people is time. We simply don't feel we have enough of it. In fact, most of us do have enough time — we are just not using it in a savvy way. We either waste it or allow others around us to waste our time.
Time management doesn't mean shoving more and more tasks into less and less time. It means learning to plan our work time more effectively, putting things in the right order, using all available resources, then following through with the plan.
It means working smarter, not harder. That way, we will have more free time for things we enjoy doing.
Here are seven smart tips on time management that really work to reduce stress:
1. Organize your day.
Planning out your day is something you should do every day, either in the evening of the previous day, or first thing in the morning. There are always interruptions and unplanned demands on your time, but create a definite plan for the day. Be sure to include all of the important health habits like menu planning, time for exercise and relaxation exercises, and socializing. Continue reading.
Originally posted on Mind,Body,Green.
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