Top Time Management Posts
Guess what? I have a blog-iversary coming up! On February 25, 2006 — a whopping 13 years ago — I published my very first blog post. To celebrate, I’m taking a look back at some of my top posts, one category at a time.
Up first is time management, one of my very favorite topics to write about, learn about, and put into practice in my own life.
Here’s why: When you get your must-do tasks done as quickly as possible you have more time for the good stuff.
So without further adieu, let’s take a look back at my top time management posts according to Google Analytics.
Working from home comes with a mix of benefits and challenges. In this post, I share 10 tried-and-true tips to be more productive while working at home based on over a decade of work-from-home experience.
In this post explore the importance of using a planning system that thinks as I do. I also share a (really) embarrassing situation that happened when I tried to be like the cool kids and use a digital calendar.
Are mornings a little rough for you and yours? If so, this post is for you. You’ll get ideas for five simple things you can do at night to take a bit of the stress out of your morning.
This post was inspired by a quote that stopped me in my tracks the first time I saw it:
“When things aren’t adding up in your life, start subtracting.”
Isn’t that good? If you’re ready to simplify your life, click through for ideas to subtract your way to an easier and better life.
This post is a quick read that shares 10 simple ways to save time on mundane tasks so you have more time for the people and activities that fill your life with joy.
What are your favorite time management tips? What helps you get from to-do to done?
Let me know in the comments. I’d love to hear from you!