You are busy. Tremendously busy. Insanely busy! But it seems like you can never get everything that you want done actually finished. There’s always some other task or activity looming about, so you never feel caught up.
This is a super common occurrence these days, but if you follow these four tech tips, you’ll be helping yourself out tremendously – find ways to make everyday activities faster and more efficient, get a reminders list that you absolutely love, research how your personal sleep cycle works, and don’t overdo it when it comes to work.
Find Ways To Make Everyday Activities Faster
Make a list of the things that you do every day. Eat breakfast. Shower. Read the news. Whatever it is that always takes up parts of your day. And then think about how to make each of those things faster. Are you always trying to figure out when stores are open and have to look them up individually? Find a site that has store hours all in one place. Set your bowl and spoon up for your breakfast the night before. Organise your clothes closet. As these activities all add up, you’ll be much more organised and quicker once you’ve gotten these methods down.
Get a Reminders List You Love
There are hundreds of great reminder apps for your phone. If you research reminder apps, you’ll see that many are even fantastically rated by thousands of people. Your job is to test the best ones out until you find the perfect one for your lifestyle. Reminders should be natural, easy, and make your life easier rather than more complicated or frustrating. If there’s any aspect of an app you don’t like, trash it and try another one out. Most of them are free to try out as well, so you don’t even have to pay any money to check out what works the best.
Research Your Own Sleep Cycles
So many people lose out on life because they are tired – don’t be in that category! Especially with some of the new sleep apps available, you can set them up on the corner of your bed to find out how good you’re sleeping, what temperatures are the best for you, what hours work the best, how many hours you need in total to feel the best. After just a week or so of mapping your sleep with new tech possibilities, you’ll learn a lot of helpful info and be able to adapt.
Don’t Overdo It
The busier you are after a certain point, the less you’re going to get out of life because each activity will mean less. Balance is the key when it comes to the value of behaviour, so it’s important to regularly step back and make sure you relax as well.