Do you have time for life?
I have a confession to make, my daily planner needs to have more “me” time! For as long as I can remember managing my time has always been easy for me. It was not until college though that I began perfecting my system. Multi-tasking was then taken to a much higher level. Errands were organized to minimize travel time.
Even recreation time at the beach became infected with school assignments or web work. All this time management did not happen at once, but instead grew gradually into the behemoth it is today. While I am not ready to purge my entire system, I do feel that it is time for me to look for ways to trim down my to do list.
I know that I must have noticed this before, but simply ignored it. On the commutes to work (while thinking over my agenda for the day) I always seem to be in a rush getting to the office. To make this confusing, you need to know that I invariably leave extremely early EVERY day. This is not by accident. By leaving early I miss most of the morning traffic (saving time) and arrive at work early enough to take Continue reading