The 11 Time-Management Mistakes You're Probably Making


Reviewing your calendar will brace you mentally, save time in the morning, and reduce decision fatigue.

You can use that time to review your calendar, exercise, eat a healthy breakfast, read or clean out your inbox without getting distracted.

It's all about working around your peak productivity and setting aside blocks of time to focus on your priorities.

If your peak is at sunset, that's when you should block out the time to focus on your most important tasks.

The best idea is to keep a time log for at least a week to see how you spend your time.

The first is unsanitary, and not returning items to their home results in you spending a boat-load of time searching for misplaced items.