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Saturday, July 18, 2009

Organisation

Well my initial excitement that things might have turned around after my holiday seems to have been misplaced.

I had believed that my improved motivation and energy levels would mean that my organisation would have developed too.

Nah.

Even in summer, where there is no teaching so my workload is much lighter, organising where I will be and what I'm doing and who is doing it with me is something I still do last minute.

Anyone have any tips for easy ways to organise your time and life if you're not already an organised person??

3 comments:

Travis said...

Tip #1: Don't put so much pressure on yourself to be "organized".

Tip #2: Determine the things that are most important to keep track of, and keep those things organized.

Tip #3: You don't have to organize every single aspect of your life.

Those work for me!

Bond said...

I love Travis' 3 suggestions...

CountryDew said...

You might try software, like MS Outlook or something with a calendar and tasks. So long as you're not leaving people standing in the street, though, I wouldn't worry about it too much.