Time Management

Brittney GiacchettaPsychotherapy

Do you ever feel like there’s not enough hours in a day, or as if your to-do list is constantly growing?

Time management skills can look different from person to person, but the trick is finding what works best for you and your schedule. By managing your time more effectively, you will be able to reduce your stress, improve your productivity, and boost your self-confidence. Here are three suggestions on ways to improve your time management skills. 

  • Create A Schedule

Creating a schedule can be as simple as a daily to-do list, or as robust as allocating a time slot for each item in your agenda. Schedules can help you to stay organized, prioritize tasks, and plan ahead. 

  • Take Breaks

When people begin to feel tired or stressed, their productivity is often hampered. Try to take a couple of 10-to-15-minute breaks throughout your day to recharge and re-energize. Some break ideas include: a quick walk, listening to music or a podcast, or drinking some tea. 

  • Learn to Say No

Politely declining to take on any more tasks can help ensure that you are not being overloaded with work and day-to-day tasks.