How many times have you wished for a few extra hours in the day to control homeschooling lifestyle? The day will not get any more, but you can get stronger in your ability to deal effectively with every day. I have a few time management tips that can get you back on track in daily life. In fact, in my opinion the most important question you can ask yourself every day to control time, “What do I need (to do) now?”
to ask yourself this question does not make you needy, it makes you aware of what is really important and reflective of more targeted objectives at a given moment. The “to do” in brackets because sometimes the most important thing you need is to take action but to wait, pray, meditate, or simply relax in a state of beingness rather than doing ness.
These suggestions are organized and DO NOT format, but please be aware that you’ll have your own management style that feels best and most constructive to you. So the first step is to become aware of your strengths, weaknesses, and specialties in touch with how you perceive time. The more self aware you are perceptions of time, the more able you are to efficiently use the strengths and to effectively discipline your weaknesses.
1. DO prioritize the day: For those of us who want a daily to-do list, I recommend that you create a list of no more than ten important points to reach for the day. Any more than that will be the reason for frustration when unforseen events happen that make havoc with a sense of accomplishment. On days like these, grateful if two of the most important parts of the devices has been reached. Real detail folks will have a master plan, monthly plan and weekly plans along these daily programs but remember to keep a daily record short and important so that you can avoid a sense of guilt and self-blame, which are real time wasters!
visionary types who think the big picture, not the details should make sure that they do actually complete two important daily component. Finally, this list is not just about you. It should reflect what is important in activities in connection with the spouse, family, and your world. However, make sure the list includes one thing you would enjoy doing for renewal, fun, or a sense of serenity.
2. Do not strive for effective action: When you consider essential daily items on your list, consider how you can make them better. I’m not talking about the frenzied multi-tasking. I am suggesting that you think consciously about how you can make the most efficient use of your time. If you’re driving in town, take a moment to remember what you need to bring. If you are going to go shopping, look at the shelves and see what staples you have and decide whether you want to shop for their weekly food or just the day. Maybe you can combine a shopping trip with a trip to the library so the books are not overdue. Or maybe you should also reach out to a friend or an older person and pick something up for them as well.
3. Taki for homeschooling one item on your list will be daily homeschooling. Work to be well prepared so that teaching can really connect with your child in a creative way and so the child understands and can perform a day’s work in a well-ordered way. You can also learn to use some new tools like the Internet better homeschooling. New applications like the Internet Lesson Pathways.com can be a real help in allowing you to create a well-ordered and complete daily lesson plans to use the Internet.
4. Learn to hide Household Tasks: Your life will be much simpler and more efficient if you learn to create a rhythm with your children and spouse, which includes daily house activities that are age appropriate. A ten year old can do its own space and tidy her bedroom and game room. It can fold and put away their own laundry her as well as to have a job like sweeping or mopping the kitchen floor daily. This work should be part of the daily rhythm and habit patterns that is as regular as brushing your teeth. In our house there are larger houses work done before school hours and cleaning is done before bed. If someone forgets their lives, we have posted a list Happy House Jobs containing the work of each family member, including parents. Directory Mom working households should not be three times as long as the rest of the family combined!
1. DO NOT GIVE the empty well: If you find that you are feeling overwhelmed, overcommitted and tired, then you are trying to give a well that is drained of energy . You need to find ways to recharge your batteries. Be effective time executive means being aware of how you feel at any given moment. If you are not feeling alert, productive and at least somewhat the center, you need to change your to-do list to include the balance of time for yourself. It is so important to find time every day to nurture the nurturer.
2. Do not judge yourself: In order to control the time, you will manage to forgive you for all your perceived mismanagement! If you were not well prepared for homeschooling day, forgive yourself and find ways to prepare better. If your home is reflected more chaos and creation, look at what did not work and resolve to do it differently or clean it up. Remember that tomorrow is a new day!
3. Do not lose sight and goal: You may have days that are challenging, but do not let perceived burdens of daily cloud your sense of vision and goals for the next day. Try to loosen the burden at the end of each day so that you can return to your sense of purpose and allow you to take note of a higher purpose. Remember that even today seems hard to bear, you just need to really find what you need to do now.
In order to manage your time effectively, it will help if you remember this list of do’s and don’ts. You are going to have their own management style that you should honor and within the personal style you can learn to use the strength of efficient and working with weaknesses better. Make sure that each day ends two important items but also contains some time to nurture the nurturer. Do not waste time on guilt and judgment but learn from your mistakes and correct them in each new day.
Most importantly, learn to live a life that allows you to truly connect with the highest goals and helps identify what you need (to do) now. As you achieve this, efficiency and your joy every day grow.