Organizers like to debate whether time can be managed. Well, of course, it can’t! Because all we can really manage is ourselves. But if we don’t simply call it “Time Management” what are we going to call it?
“Managing oneself in relationship to time, with the goal of being productive while also satisfying one’s creative, growth, social, practical, and recreational needs” is a mouthful!
That said, here is a list of Org4life blog posts on the subject of Time Management:
If you haven’t been very productive lately, give yourself a break! Things are hard right now.
Is procrastination always a bad thing? I don’t think so!
Just because you put it on the list doesn’t mean you have to do it!
Instead of resenting chores, it helps me to remember that I’m CHOOSING to make my life nicer.
What is your system for getting stuff done? Does it need tweaking?
If you are too busy to do what’s important to you, then you are too busy.
A little structure allows you to work more effectively, and frees your mind to play with abandon!
The #1 best way to ensure it will get done is to schedule it on your calendar!
I’ve never met a checklist that I didn’t have to customize for myself. So I make my own.
If you watch mindfully and stick to your time and money budgets, you can watch TV guilt-free!
Which task management tool is the BEST? The one you USE, of course!
Schedule some fun in your day, lest you get too busy and forget. It won’t happen by itself.
Holiday stress comes from having unrealistic expectations of yourself and others.
21 days may not be enough to create the habit you desire. But don’t give up!
If being organized and managing your time makes you feel constrained, you are doing it wrong.