Time management is all about being organized, efficient, and productive. It’s a skill that can help you get more done in less time so that you have the freedom to do the things you really want to do.
The first step toward improving your time management skills is to sit down and make a list of everything you need to do, along with the amount of time each task will require. You might even want to write down what you hope to accomplish by doing it—that way, when your day is over and you look back at what you’ve accomplished, you’ll be able to see exactly how much progress you’ve made toward reaching those goals.
Once your list is complete, try setting aside specific times during each day for completing different tasks. For example: If there are two things on your list that require a lot of effort (like cleaning out your closet or organizing the basement), it might be best if those tasks were done during an entire day off from work or school. But if there are other items on your list that only take 15 minutes (like filing papers away), then it shouldn’t matter if they’re finished during lunch break at work or after dinner at home—as long as they get done!