How do you manage your time?

Brijesh C.
I don’t manage my time as I don’t focus on it. I would like to go with the flow and managed in timely manner. Let’s see how I can change myself to be better time planner and manage effective to be high productive person.
Cm Q.
I struggle with time management a bit, to be honest. But it helps to have a daily planner (I use the Happy Planner books) and write down a short list of things I want to do each day. I try to limit my list from 3-5 things if possible, not including self care. That should happen before anything else. List the things you need to do first, then the things you want to do. For example, I'll write "Do Schoolwork Asignment" first, then "Clean Room", then "Write So-and-So about this cool video I think they'll like." I include social tasks because I actually forget them the most, and the time to tell someone about something passes. But I put them in last. Since writing a simple message takes like, five minutes tops (unless you have to write a lot of details, which sometimes I do) you can estimate you'll have time to do more, and add more items in. But usually I can only get three things done a day. Actually, there is a method called Ivy Lee where you write down six tasks in their order of importance, then cross off the last three and only do the top three. This isn't always practical if you have a busy life, because you still have to do those other three things. Plus, it seems redundant. Why write all six if you're just gonna cross them off? So I write all six, and put the last three off for tomorrow. Sometimes I write down more than six tasks, and just keep doing the next three each day. And that works pretty well for me.
Leana S.
The first thing I do in the morning is log my time. Logging my time helps me build specific plans and reach my goals in a more organised manner. It also keeps me more hyped up to challenge myself to complete the tasks I had swore to dedicate myself to in the log.
It's better not to create an unrealistically hard routine to follow but rather focus on your potential and capacity and create a routine that you can follow. If you feel the need you can slowly increase the workload bit by bit. Never try to follow a routine that stress you out.
Remember every little step matters. So be encouraged by every small change you bring in yourself each day no matter how small it is. Wish you good luck!
Chahak F.
I too struggle with it and probably haven’t figured out my game yet. But one thing that I keep in my mind is that you don’t need to do everything everyday. You have to be regular with your habits but that doesn’t mean to do it everyday. Like for example I like singing so I usually spent an hour whenever I practice. I have decided that practising 3-4 times a week doesn’t overwhelm me and also leaves that 1 hour free on other days. So I’ll identify something else that needs to be done 2-3 times a week. So I just keep reminding myself that I have to do things regularly not necessarily everyday.
Adrianna S.
By planning accordingly that is what helps me to better manage my time. Also, set timers on your phone for how long you're going to be off of it in order for you to do something productive as well as to catch up on chores & to be in the moment. Set a timer for how much time you'll spend on homework, chores, meditating, etc so that you can have more time for yourself. Better time management starts with you setting the time & what you're going to do with it.
🤘🏼🤘🏼 N.
I set timers as soon as I start doing something. I try not to procrastinate a lot by deleting apps with scroll like insta. I don’t even have tik tok. Apps like that can consume your time and it won’t even be worth it