So, in addition to getting off Facebook and controlling social media addictions, extra time in your work and life is still available. Some of it sounds more appealing than the rest, but from experience, every little thing helps. The following tips are best used on the days you work-your off days should be time to rest and relax and by adding some of these time savers to your list, you should have success in resting and relaxing on your off days. Or in the very least; you can dedicate your extra time to your family.
One of the best ways to get a hold on the day is to wake up just a little bit earlier. That alarm clock comes early enough you say? Well, let it come a little earlier, use those extra 15 to 30 minutes (whatever you think you can handle) to wake up and start your morning ritual.
If you’re one of the lucky ones who’s able to jump out of bed on cue with your alarm, then dedicate the extra 30 minutes to scrubbing the dishes your husband (or kids) left in the sink, starting a load of laundry, working out, folding some clothes, packing, go to work early so you can come home early (beat that rush hour traffic) or be really proactive and get ahead on bills!
The extra 15 to 30 minutes saved by simply getting up just a tad bit earlier can be allocated anyway desired, but you’ll be amazed not only by how much extra time you have, but also by how refreshed you feel. So, if you’re guilty of chronically hitting the snooze button, give it a test-run and get up the first time. If you wake up the first time, set your alarm just a tad bit earlier.