Simple Ways to Streamline Your Day

by - April 23, 2019

Life can be so hectic at times. Many of us find ourselves wishing we had more hours in the day, as we just don’t have the time to get through everything on our ever growing to- do lists. When you’re up early and in bed late, and it feels like you have very little time to just sit and take a breather it can quickly lead to burnout. One way you can help to prevent this is by making the best use of your time and getting organised. Here are some simple ways to streamline your day.


Utilize your commute
Chances are your commute is one of your least favourite parts of your day. Getting up early and standing at a busy train station or sitting on a bus for ages is never going to be much fun, but there’s more you can do than twiddle your thumbs. Use this time to get ahead for the day, answer emails or draw up your list of tasks that you want to get done. Start on some work, or if you don’t have space for your laptop on the train (or you’re driving), pop in an inspirational podcast that will get you geared up for action. By the time you arrive at work you’ll already be a step ahead, or at the very least will be in a good frame of mind for getting everything done.

Automate some processes
Automating some jobs around the home is a great way to save time and effort. You could use an automated pet feeder to ensure your dog or cat is being fed the right amount at the right time, discover these benefits here. You could invest in a robotic vacuum cleaner or even a robotic lawn mower to take care of these tasks for you. Automate your bills, set them to be taken via direct debit so you don’t have to call up lots of different companies to pay each month. If you’re really short on time, bringing in extra help could be the answer. You could use a laundry service to save time on washing and ironing clothes, or have a cleaner come in on a regular basis to help you keep on top of everything.

Get prepared the night before
Something as simple as getting ready for the day ahead the night before can make such a difference. Make sure your clothes are ready and hung out, include everything from socks and shoes to underwear so you don’t have to search for anything when you’re half asleep. Have a shower the night before so you’re clean and ready to go, and make sure you have what you need to make a healthy breakfast. Pack up your lunch and sort your work bag. If your morning runs smoothly, the rest of your day is much more likely to follow.






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