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My secret time management tool


Do you feel like you're constantly running out of time or struggling to keep up with your responsibilities? I know how easy it is to feel overwhelmed and stressed. I’m honestly still learning, but the thing I know for a fact is that it alllllllll comes down to managing your time well. When you have a clear plan for how you want to use your time and you stick to it, you'll feel the balance you've been craving.


Time management is a necessity if you want to take full ownership of your life. It's about taking control of how you spend your hours and prioritizing the things that matter most to you. Not letting the status quo, bad habits, or your circumstances dictate how you spend your time.


Taking control of your time allows you to be more productive and efficient in all aspects of life. Knowing how much time you have available and how you want to use it gives you the opportunity to better allocate your time and energy so you can get more done in less time and leave room for the things that are important to you.


One of my favorite techniques for time management is time blocking. It's a technique that involves dividing your day into blocks of time and assigning specific tasks or activities to each block. The goal is to create a clear and structured schedule that helps you stay focused and productive, so you can be sure you're spending your time on what’s higher priority.


Here's how you create your own time blocking schedule:

  1. Identify your priorities: Make a list of the things that matter most to you and that you want to make sure you have time for. This could include work tasks, personal projects, exercise, family time, etc.

  2. Create a schedule: Include all of your regular commitments such as work, school, or other obligations.

  3. Block out your time: Divide your schedule into blocks of time, starting with your most important priorities. For example, you might block out time for work in the morning, exercise in the afternoon, and family time in the evening.

  4. Be Specific: Assign specific tasks or activities to each time block. If you have time blocked out for work, make sure to specify what you are going to work on during that time. This will help you stay focused and on track.

  5. Stick to it: Once you have created your time blocking schedule, commit to sticking to it as best as you can. This will help you establish good habits and make better use of your time.

  6. Give yourself some grace: Sometimes things come up that you couldn't have planned for. The beauty of time blocking is that it allows you to shift things around if needed and still get everything done!

  7. Review & Reflect: Review your schedule regularly, reflect on how well you are sticking to your plan and make adjustments as you get more familiar with what works for you.

Managing time effectively takes practice, but with time blocking, you'll be able to create a schedule that works for you. It's a powerful tool for managing your time, staying productive, and making sure you're spending your time on what truly matters. Take control of your time, don't let it control you.


Yours,

Jillian Tedesco










 

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