5 time-saving hacks | Vet Candy


Let’s face it, we all want to exercise more, eat homemade meals, and spend time working on our own personal hobbies. Unfortunately, what prevents us from achieving these things is usually time. It takes time to hit the gym, time to prepare meals, and time to pursue our hobbies. It’s often time we don’t have.

To improve our chances of following our dreams, the best option is to streamline our day so we have the best chance of getting that much-coveted “free time”. Here are a few tricks that work even for weary moms or career women on the go.

Prepare for the day the night before

Let’s face it, most of us aren’t the best in the first few hours of the day, but we’re usually more alert and alert at night. By choosing what to wear, getting the coffee set and packing all the things you need to go out the day before, your morning will go much more smoothly.

Help you wake up faster

You can also reduce those lost hours of fog by helping yourself wake up faster. Immediately open the curtains and expose yourself to the sunlight. Sun naturally burns melatonin, making you feel awake faster. Drinking a glass of water can also help speed up your waking up process as it boosts your metabolism.

Avoid time lapses

You tell yourself you’re about to check something on Facebook for a mental break, and before you know it, 20 minutes have passed. Social media is full of distractions that make it easy for you to lose focus. If possible, avoid these time wasters at work entirely, or set a timer that reminds you to leave the house after a few minutes.

delegate work

Like everyone else, you probably have your strengths and weaknesses. Do the things you’re best at, but if you’re particularly bad at something, maybe you should let others help you. This could mean letting older kids help with chores (even if you know it won’t be done “right”) or letting co-workers do something instead of doing it yourself.

Consolidate your errands

Do you always run to the store at the last minute to buy a certain ingredient? Try to combine your rides so that you no longer zoom out every 5 minutes or stop to buy ingredients on the way home.

If you can set it up so you can do your shopping while the kids are karate or get all the ingredients for the week at once, you’ll save a lot of time.

These hacks can help you organize your life in small ways so that you can do what you want with your life more easily. However, there are more important things to consider, if your commute is long, consider moving closer to work or finding a new job to spend less time traveling. When you start looking at your day, you can often see where the problem lies and it becomes easier to save time.


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