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Time is important in life. As the old saying goes, time is money. You can use your time to earn more and lead a better quality life. Time is also important in regards to spending time with the people you love and doing things you enjoy. Unfortunately, the majority of us waste hours of our time on end. We engage with needless and pointless tasks, when we could be better allocating our hours to more productive and desirable tasks and engagements. So, to get things back on track, here are a few ways that you can save time in your own day to day routines!
Reduce Outfit Related Decision Making
Wearing the same outfit each day isn’t something that cartoon characters alone do – many successful people (including and Steve Jobs, Barack Obama, Mark Zuckerberg, and Dr Dre) choose to wear the same outfit day in and day out. They’ll buy multiple pairs of the same shoes, a number of the same top, and a number of the same bottoms. Doing this saves a whole lot of time and mental energy. If you have the same outfit each day, you can just put it on and you’re good to go – you won’t be left deliberating!
Preparing meals from scratch can be extremely time consuming. With many dishes making hours to prepare and cook if you want to do the job justice, it’s not all too surprising that many of us are turning to ready meals, fast food, and takeaways. We need to eat three meals a day but who has time to slave over the stove? The problem with these approaches, however, is that ready meals, fast food, and takeaways all tend to be relatively unhealthy. They generally have low nutritional content paired with high levels of fat, salts, and sugars. But not to worry. There is a solution. Why not consider using meal delivery services? Meal delivery services can see wholesome, healthy meals delivered to your door – either ready to eat or as kits that are easy and fast to prepare!
Limit Social Media Usage
Social media is a huge source of procrastination for many of us. Take a look at your screen time. Chances are you spend a whole lot more time scrolling through your newsfeed and other people’s feeds than you’d like to admit. Instead, limit time spent on social media and invest your time better elsewhere! While social media has some benefits, there’s no need to spend your whole day glued to the screen. Most apps now have the option to send notifications or alerts once you’ve exceeded a self-imposed time limit.
Time really is an important factor in all of our lives. The amount that we have is, ultimately, limited. So make sure to use your own wisely! You don’t want to have any regrets later down the line and saving time in unnecessary areas can greatly improve your quality of life!