Have you ever had something to do and procrastinated until it was too late to finish the you had to do? Well, in this essay, I will be sharing three things that I can do to use my time better. Hopefully you can learn something.
The first thing I can do to use time better is to set aside specific things that I need to do. One way that I could set aside time is on a calendar. Taking the time to look at it before I go to bed, after I wake up, and maybe even in the middle of the day (like 12:00).
Another thing that do is to set aside time for sleep. Sleep is really important for your health, but if you sleep all day…then what did you get done? Being well rested is also good for your brain. If your brain is tired, the things you do may not be to the highest quality that they might have been if you were at your full brain capacity.
A third thing I can do to use my time better, is to give myself a reason to do whatever it is I need to get done, finished. If we as human beings have a reason to do something, we may be more likely to do it.
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To start off, I don’t really tend to have financial problems. I have a good paying job and don’t spend a lot of money (unless it is for an investment). However, I can share what I am doing and a few things I can do better to control small expenses.
So, one of the things I do to control money is to track where it is going. So, when I spend something, I write down on a piece of paper that I spent ‘blank’ amount of money on ‘such-and-such.’ Also, when I get paid, I write down how much I got paid. Another thing I could do, though it may not really mater, is to write down the date that I spent or earned a certain amount of money.
Another thing I could do, is to make a list of all the things I need before I go to the store, look up how much they are going to cost me, and then bring only that amount of money (maybe a little more in case of emergency).
Also, when I do buy something it might be bought at a place where things are pretty cheap, like Dollarama, the Dollar Store, a thrift store (such as the Salvation Army), or Kijiji. Especially with places like Kijiji, remember to have patience. You can save a lot of money waiting for the right ad.
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