Personal Development

11 Time Savers That Could Add Hours To Your Day

Quick Tips To Save You Time

Have you ever wished there were more hours in a day? Of course you have, that’s why you’re here! But since you can’t magically create more time, we will have to settle for some things that can save you time! There are a few time savers that will maximize what you do with your time. It’s basically adding hours to your day, so consider me a magician!

This will require a change in your habits, but many of these strategies are self-rewarding. Once you see the benefits you’ve gained, you’ll be motivated to keep going.

Follow these tips to add hours to your day and accomplish more:

Time Saver Tips

Put things away when you’re done with them. This is a HUGE time-saver! Rather than creating clutter which gets in your way and is emotionally distracting, put things away when you’re done using them. Tell yourself that a task isn’t complete until everything is picked up.

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Do easy things during your least productive hours. Everyone has a time of day when their physical or mental energy is low. Schedule easy tasks during these times. It can be a good time to read emails, file papers, or tidy up.

It’s all about how you prioritize your day!

Do your most challenging tasks during your most productive hours. You likely have a time of day when your focus and energy are high. Do your most challenging tasks during this time. It’ll be easier than saving it until your down time.

Reduce the amount of time spent on low-value activities. You might be surprised by how much time you spend watching TV, surfing the internet, or texting friends. Putting this time to better use can easily add a few hours of
productive time for most people.

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Batch your activities. Answer all of your emails at once. Pay all of your bills twice a month. Remember that it takes time to switch tasks and regain your focus.

Make use of waiting time. If you’re stuck in traffic, make your phone calls. If you’re waiting at the doctor’s office, deal with your email. Waiting for your child to get dressed? Clean up the kitchen. These little bits of time can save you a lot of time by the end of the day, and you’ll be surprised with how much you’ve accomplished without setting aside a lot of time!

Track your time. The average person has little idea how they spend their time. Track how you spend your time for a week. Every 30 minutes record how you spent the last half-hour. Divide your activities into different categories and see how much time you spend on each.

  • Get help. Ask for help at work. Give your spouse or children some tasks to do at home. Is your mother constantly asking you if she can help? Give her something to do.
  • Hire someone to mow your grass.
  • Hire a cleaning service.
  • Buy your groceries online and have them delivered.
  • Pay someone to run your errands.

Schedule your day. Make the most of each day by making a schedule and sticking to it. Decide the most important tasks that need to be done and do those. You’ll waste less time and add hours to your day.

Go to bed earlier. Most people don’t accomplish a lot in the evening… I know I don’t! Shorten your evening by going to bed earlier. Then, you can add hours to your morning by getting up earlier. There are very few high-achievers that don’t get up early every day.

Eliminate distractions. Turn off your phone. Use white noise to drown out distracting sounds. Close all of your computer windows and tabs other than what are needed. If you can get more accomplished each hour, you’re adding hours to your day.

There’s always only 24 hours in a day. After sleeping, there are even less hours left. You can’t make the day longer, but you can get more out of each day. Get as much out of each day as you can. The more effective you are at using your time, the more success and free time you’ll enjoy.

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Steph is a spiritual writer from Canada. She is a former journalist and magazine writer, who later went on to study the spiritual side of life. She shares her knowledge of manifesting and the law of attraction to help others change their lives through affirmations, angel numbers and numerology, self care, journaling, meditation and intentional living! Also- an INFJ, Reflector and empath so you'll find a lot of personality type stuff here too:)


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