So much to do, so little time.
Each day, we wake up knowing what we need to do and how much time we have, but rarely do we seem to get everything done before we have to call it a day. There’s just too much to do! If you have already mastered the art of organizing your time, please tell us your secrets! And if you’re still trying to make sense of your schedule, this week’s batch of articles may be able to help.
Do you ever have those days where you feel like you worked hard, but you have nothing to show for it? Yeah, we’ve all been there. It’s agonizing to watch your day slip through your fingers, knowing you’ll be twice as busy tomorrow as a result. The first step to addressing this problem is creating a routine. Here’s some expert advice on managing your schedule.
Managing your own schedule is hard enough. Trying to coordinate the schedule of multiple people with work, school, extracurricular activities, doctors’ visits, and every other family event is nearly impossible. When you have a busy family, it’s only a matter of time before the calendar becomes a chaotic mess of notes and missed appointments. Here’s a strategy to help you manage your family’s schedule and master a balancing act that would impress a tightrope walker.
Technology is supposed to help us be more productive — when we aren’t busy watching cat videos online, of course. There’s a wealth of tried-and-true apps that can help you organize your schedule and manage any area of your life. To-do lists got you overwhelmed? Try Trello! Need to make time to work out? MyFitnessPal can help. These apps won’t magically bring order into your life, but they can certainly help.
Some people claim learning to manage your schedule is the secret to unlocking your true productivity potential. We don’t know if this is true or not, but if it is, maybe we can learn something from the routines of history’s most creative individuals.
Here’s to successful scheduling,