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If I could save time in a bottle........

Saturday, October 01, 2011

Well, I can't! But here is one thing I could do.

Goal for October:
Choose one way to use time more wisely at work.
Choose one way to use time more wisely at home.
Set a goal for each by next Saturday and work to track my progress for the rest of the month.
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  • KITTYKITTEMMING
    Good blog. Wish I had some ideas to help you, but I'm perpetually running behind and wishing I had more time in a day, so I'm no help. :)
    3505 days ago
  • HIKERNJ
    Thanks for the great ideas.....that's what this week is about......idea shopping....by the end of the week I will choose and go. I like the timer....that might work at home and school. Pick a job. Set the timer. Go!
    3505 days ago
  • LESLIESENIOR
    Great Blog. I am always seeking balance and wise time use as well. I also must allow myself time to do nothing. No planning, no lists, no expectations......for a day.
    Good luck on your goals this month.
    Leslie
    3506 days ago
  • MOMTO2TOO
    Good for you! Someone loaned me the book, "Organized to Last." Can't remember the author's name, but it is a little book that takes only about 2 hours to read. I wrote about it in a blog at my page if you're interested in more info. It has helped me HUGELY!

    Good luck!

    Sally
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    3506 days ago
  • 1CRAZYDOG
    Yes! I have found using a timer helps me so much. When I have a chore (read DUSTING!) that I can't stand because I find it boring, but it still needs to be done, I set my timer for 15 minutes. I can do ANYTHING for 15 minutes. It gets done. Maybe not all @ once, but in 15 minute increments!

    Wishing you well on your October goals. It takes a little planning to bet time organized, but it's worth the effort.
    3506 days ago
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