Procrastination to Productive – Tuesday, March 10, 2015
- Managing time on social media
- Plan for the day ahead
- Create your own deadlines – limits stress
- Talk to your boss about company goals
- Know the difference between an interruption and an emergency
- Use your time off of work to avoid thinking about work
Procrastination is a real problem that happens to all of us. Experts advise that you take control of the issue by managing your time efficiently and planning ahead. Setting realistic goals for completing your tasks will keep your thoughts organized and help you avoid feeling overwhelmed.
Keeping your to-do tasks in smaller groups will also help manage the stress of feeling overwhelmed. Having your tasks spread out can trick your mind into thinking that you aren’t getting as much done as you think. Interruptions are another
There are also apps that can keep track of what your kids are doing around the house. Chore Monster keeps a checklist of completed chores with assigned point values. When your child has saved up enough points, they can exchange them for rewards of your choice.