Time management

@taheraa (1547)
Giza, Egypt
November 8, 2011 2:33pm CST
I wish to start with all my loter a new important subject for all people life in their work and their family. how every one make use of their time and have a good managing and balancing the work and family time. and what part they have more attention.
3 responses
@megamatt (14327)
• United States
10 Nov 11
Time management is something that I pretty much had to master due for utter survival. That and multi-tasking. They are two things that I need to really move forward in my life. They are just going to really be something that is going to really allow me to keep some measure of sanity. Granted, in some of the busier weeks, I have to get a bit more creative. And it does seem to get harder with each passing year, but somehow, I tend to manage. I think that in the end, there aren't too many shackles to me. Which really is a good thing. Still there are enough where it needs to lead to quite a balancing act. Sitting down at the beginning of each week and hammering out a gameplan of some sort really is going to help me a lot of the time, more often than not. It is not the cure all situation but having some kind of plan will allow me more room to breathe. And that's what it's all about.
@taheraa (1547)
• Giza, Egypt
12 Nov 11
Hi, megamatt: I am strongly agree with you, that some kind of plan will allow any one more room of breath. my experience for that time management field get me say, that any one should consider risks could obstacles his way to realize his time management plan, and how to overcome those risks.
@joni1215 (394)
• United States
8 Nov 11
I have never been good at time management. It just seems to slip away from me. I have tons of things to get done. But, usually I work best when in a crunch.
@taheraa (1547)
• Giza, Egypt
10 Nov 11
Hi, joni: Time management is very easy if if you distribute your outside works or family work into events, and by your past experience knew the time needed to complete those events. some events need from you to start after completing another event and some of them can performed in the same time of other. your duty for that events to organize each on time. My best regards
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@WakeUpKitty (8706)
• Netherlands
8 Nov 11
I try to do most housekeeping before I go downstairs (wake up at 7am or earlier) (so up = beds, laundry, some cleaning). Next = breakfast, washing dishes, checking email followed by taking my kids to school by bike (it's 8am). Rest of the day I have a kind of scedule for things I need to do, where to help out, what to arrange, my animals/shelter, etc. Since I am easily tired out I try to find some relaxing time for me, which is mostly hard. So I need to give more attention to that.
@taheraa (1547)
• Giza, Egypt
10 Nov 11
Hi, Wakeupkitty: my understand that you have a special work, but any way i see that you have good organize for your activities, and the secret word is relax, which give you a power to continue actively.