Time Management Tip 2: Night Owl or Morning Bird?

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get more done each day by working with your body's natural sleep cycle

Do you wake up early with incredible energy and then crash at night barely moving for hours? Or do you drag your feet all morning yet come evening you are able charge through your to do list with amazing speed?

Which ever you are, work with it.

I learned this one the hard way, for years I would put the kids to bed and then try and get a few things done. However, I found myself forgetting sugar in cake, or putting the thank you notes in the wrong envelopes (boy did that make people laugh, me not so much).

Then one night it hit me, why not just go to bed and get up early and work then.  What I discovered was I was able to get double the amount done in 3 hours in the morning before the household awakens as I was in the 3 hours after they went to bed.

My husband is the opposite wake him up early and he spends at least 1 hour just trying to comprehend that he is actually awake. However, from 9 p.m. to 12 a.m. that man is a tornado of activity.

This month make a point to notice what you get done in the morning hours and how you feel, and what you get done in the evening hours and how you feel. Then stop fighting it and work with what you are, whether its a night owl or an early bird.

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Introduction: 31 Days Of Time Saving Tips For The Work-At-Home Mom

Day One: Perform a Time Audit

Day Two: Night Owl Or Morning Bird? (you are here)

Day Three: Where are Your Largest Windows?

Day Four: Making the Most of Small Windows

Day Five: Daily To Do Lists

Day Six: Maximizing The To Do List

Day Seven: Say No

Day Eight: Eliminate Poor Yes Choices

Day Nine: Put Your Time Offenders On a Budget

Day Ten: Combine Joy

Day Eleven: Making Effective Use of Waiting Time

Day Twelve: Making Use of Travel Time

Day Thirteen: Making The Most of Mom Taxi in Waiting Time

Day Fourteen: Take Time to Rest a Few Moments Each Day

Day Fifteen: Tag-Team

Day Sixteen: Involve the Kids

Day Seventeen: Mechanical Slaves

Day Eighteen: Outside Help

Day Nineteen: Timer Magic

Day Twenty: Take a Rest Day

Day Twenty One: Less Stuff, Less Mess, More Time

Day Twenty Two: Hold A Family Work Bee

Day Twenty Three: Keep Gatherings Simple

Day Twenty Four: Saving Time in The Kitchen

Day Twenty Five: The Self Cleaning Home

Day Twenty Six: Streamlining Your Homeschooling day

Day Twenty Seven: Create an I Did It List

Day Twenty Eight: Create a Simple Cleaning Routine

Day Twenty Nine: Create To Go Bags

Day Thirty: Making Minimum Standards

Day Thirty One: Treat Life Like a Marathon Not a Sprint

 

 

 

 

 

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