Make a list:
On Sunday night make a list of all the things that you have to do for your week. This means you know what you have to do and when, and this will help make you more organised for the start of your week. During the week you can add new jobs or tasks if needed.
Plan your outfits:
Planning your outfits means that you have more time in the morning, especially if you’re like me who tries on different outfits every morning. Also, you will find that you will wear clothing that you never thought you had. You will be able to have a good look at what you have than picking out the first thing you see because you don’t have time to look.
Plan your meals for the week, this can mean you having a healthy food week and can even save you some money when you do your food shop.
Prioritise some ‘you time’:
When planning for your week make sure to include some ‘you time’. Try to do something every day that you enjoy whether it be exercising, reading a book, meeting up with friends and family etc. By doing this you will be more likely to get everything done as you know you will be working towards something.
Write down your goals for the week:
The goals don’t have to be really big they can be simple things that you hope to get done by the end of the week. These could be things like cleaning your room, to be more positive, to spend more time with others etc.
Try waking up at the same time every day:
Now, I know that this can be a tough one for many, including me. By waking up at the same time every day it means that you will be able to get into a routine and have more of a productive day. You will have more time in the day and will be able to tick all the jobs off your list faster, and you will have more time for yourself. And yes this does include weekends.
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