Organizing Challenge Gain More Time in Your Day Who hasn’t said, “I wish I had more time to_______”? We all want more hours in our day. That’s why this week’s mini-challenges focus on how to gain more time in your day. 1. Cut TV time by one hour. The average American watches about 35 hours of television a week…35 hours is A LOT of time! Even if you only watch two hours, that still adds up. Experiment today with limiting your television time…I guarantee you’ll be more productive AND you’ll be better able to focus on your family. 2. Leave your email for later. Don’t read your email the minute you wake up or the second you get to work. Instead get yourself dialed in to accomplishing a priority task. Save email for after you’ve accomplished your first priority task of the day. 3. Put your things away. Items that you use every day need to have a special place. Keys, purses, wallets, briefcase, cell phones, ear buds, medications, etc. need a “home” so you don’t waste time looking for them. 4. Know what you’re having for dinner tomorrow night.  For instance, if you are using a slow cooker, assemble the ingredients in the crock the evening before. In the morning, put the crock in the pot and start cooking. Or, if you need to thaw meat, put it in the refrigerator before you go to bed. If you’re missing an ingredient, try stopping by the grocery store in the morning, versus rushing there right after work. 5. Make a breakfast station. To make breakfast-time easier and faster, stock a serving platter or countertop tray with all the breakfast essentials you need, like: bowls, spoons, breakfast cereal, napkins, and so on. In the morning, add some fresh fruit, milk, jelly, juice, etc., to make your morning meal complete.

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Organizing Challenge Gain More Time in Your Day Who hasn’t said, “I wish I had more time to_______”? We all want more hours in our day. That’s why this week’s mini- challenges focus on how to gain more time in your day. 1. Cut TV time by one hour. The average American watches about 35 hours of television a week…35 hours is A LOT of time! Even if you only watch two hours, that still adds up. Experiment today with limiting your television time…I guarantee you’ll be more productive AND you’ll be better able to focus on your family. 2. Leave your email for later. Don’t read your email the minute you wake up or the second you get to work. Instead get yourself dialed in to accomplishing a priority task. Save email for after you’ve accomplished your first priority task of the day. 3. Put your things away. Items that you use every day need to have a special place. Keys, purses, wallets, briefcase, cell phones, ear buds, medications, etc. need a “home” so you don’t waste time looking for them. 4. Know what you’re having for dinner tomorrow night. For instance, if you are using a slow cooker, assemble the ingredients in the crock the evening before. In the morning, put the crock in the pot and start cooking. Or, if you need to thaw meat, put it in the refrigerator before you go to bed. If you’re missing an ingredient, try stopping by the grocery store in the morning, versus rushing there right after work. 5. Make a breakfast station. To make breakfast-time easier and faster, stock a serving platter or countertop tray with all the breakfast essentials you need, like: bowls, spoons, breakfast cereal, napkins, and so on. In the morning, add some fresh fruit, milk, jelly, juice, etc., to make your morning meal complete. Visit Our Get Organized Now! Store to See All of Our GON Products
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