Time management, is it possible?

Ok, the official opening is next 1st August and everywhere you go – I mean, every section here at Blogbourne.com you visit: posts, comments, forums…- seems to be ready and plenty of information, and we are waiting with a lot of emotion!



There are still some points we want to know, as the value given to the coins we earn with our interactions, posts, etc. But, so far, my personal opinion is BlogBourne’s look and feel seems so good to me! And, one important thing, staff is there, answering questions and fixing bugs, informing, which is excellent.

My only “problem” is I work full time and when I get home (6 pm) I don’t have much time. It’s a problem, yes, as I’m getting addicted to the site, and although I can read and post using my mobile at the office (hey! Don’t tell my boss! :-D), I haven’t got the time to post. I have to get a way to have my own time in front of the computer. I have to “study” how “time management” works and put it into practice as I sometimes thing I could organize my time out of the office to be more efficient.

So, let me ask you: Have you ever thought you could improve the way you organize your life, your time? Do you know about any good way to do it?

 

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  • Comments

    1. Profile photo of Angeles Fernandez
      Angeles Fernandez Post author

      Oh, yes, I have something similar to keep the house clean, and same, it works sometimes… I have to try and make the same thing with my “time in front of the laptop” 🙂

    2. Profile photo of Andria Perry
      Andria Perry

      Mornings, Take the time to write a post in the morning before going to work. Or/ and write one before bed. If you have a day off sit down and write several and you will have them ready for each day.

      Maybe we can ask for the added feature of scheduling in the write an article section 🙂

    3. Profile photo of Marie Edgerly
      Marie Edgerly

      I have no schedule at all. I need to have one, especially when I start back school next month. I have so much I want to do, that I need an better method. Because right now I dont near as much done as I want.

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      Gina145

      I’m hopeless at time management. I spend far too much time online, but at the end of it all I often feel like I’ve got very little done.

    5. Profile photo of Gil Camporazo
      Gil Camporazo

      If you cannot manage your time, you are like a pilot without a compass. You don’t know where you are going to go or where you are going to land. You will be, in short, misguided or misdirected.

    6. Profile photo of Angeles Fernandez
      Angeles Fernandez Post author

      @marie42, as I was on vacation during July, I was able to follow a schedule, more or less. The “problem” comes when I’ve started working, now I find quite difficult to follow any schedule, my solution would be a 48 hour’s day! 😀 I’m reaching the conclusion everyone has to find where better works for oneself, there is no general solutions!

    7. Profile photo of Angeles Fernandez
      Angeles Fernandez Post author

      @marie42, as I was on vacation during July, I was able to follow a schedule, more or less. The “problem” comes when I’ve started working, now I find quite difficult to follow any schedule, my solution would be a 48 hour’s day! 😀 I’m reaching the conclusion everyone has to find what better works for oneself, there are no general solutions!

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