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How to Manage Your Time Better

I prefer structured to get going, but loose once I do…

Pointless Overthinking

Time - the least appreciated resource - ReblogDrawing by Adrian Serghie

Would you like to get more things done on a daily basis? Do you feel like losing too much time with… nothing? And nevertheless, you still are afraid of a tight schedule?

Regardless the general impression, a tight schedule brings more freedom than anything does. And it allows us to get more things done. I’ve heard many people that a tight schedule is similar to being in prison. I would like to argue that because you are the one creating the schedule based on your needs and desires.

Here is my step-by-step recommendation regarding how to create a great schedule:

  1. Make a list with all the things you’d like to achieve (daily, weekly, monthly, yearly and so on), including your relaxing time;
  2. Approximate the time required for each of those things to complete and if it’s a repetitive daily “task”, try approximating the daily time required…

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A lover of words and writing since they entered my life as a young child. Now a devout lover of men (especially late teen, college and mature men) to write their stories.

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