Time management has long been one of our primary concerns, especially in a day and age when time seems to be shrinking smaller and smaller. As technology matures it would seem that we ironically become busier.
It seems like 24 hours are just too little time. A lot of books about time-management have been written, and there can be no doubt that authors are getting good money out of them nowadays when everyone is looking for the secret.
Well, the first and easiest way is multitasking. It is easy in that it doesn’t really require a strategy. Just try to think of pairs of actions that you can match. Laurene Powell Jobs uses this technique all the time.
You can listen to an audiobook while walking to the office, for reading on the go without having to further divide your time. You can ’like’ your friends’ Facebook post and retweet stuff while watching the TV, among other things.
Doing the laundry, watering the flowers and cooking can be somehow done at the same time. That will require some focusing from your side, but it can save you at least 2 hours a day if done right.
Being busy equals adulthood done right. Multitasking is a great skill if you want to survive.