Self-Care Habits to Boost Productivity!

Self-Care Habits to Boost Productivity!

We all know that person who likes to get things done, right?

How do they do it?

How do they get so much done in one day?

Habits, Routines, Structure and Productivity!

Being productive is not about being busy.

Robin Sharma says “Don’t confuse activity with productivity. Many people are simply busy being busy.”

It’s being able to make the most of a 24 hour time period by creating lasting habits!

We all have the same 24 hours in a day.

How do you spend your time?

It’s surprising how distractions get in the way.

Feeling unproductive can keep you feeling worried confused, and indecisive.

If you’re not managing time effectively, look at your reasons, and what stops you from being productive.


Common Excuses!

Self-Care Habits to Boost Productivity!Contrary to what you may believe, being productive isn’t about being busy.

It’s about making the most of a 24 hour time period.

Being productive means getting more done in less time and being efficient with set habits, routines and systems in place.

It also frees up time and allows you to spend time on things you enjoy!

It’s surprising how many distractions can get in the way if we let them.

Feeling unproductive keeps us stuck in worry and confusion.

Here are some common excuses:

⭐ I’m extremely busy and distracted by kids, animals, phone calls, electronic devices, food, or TV.
🔹 I don’t know how my house became disorganized, it’s too overwhelming.
⭐ There’s not enough time in the day to honor my commitments.
🔹 I’m too busy helping others and there’s no time left for me!
⭐ I went to bed late and I’m too tired!

Sound familiar?

In order to make the most of your time, It’s important to set time boundaries, develop habits, and stay ahead of things!


Self-Care Tips!

Here are some self-care ideas that will save you time and make life easier!

🍱 To save time, dedicate one or two nights each week, to cook and assemble meals and snacks. You’ll no longer need to make food decisions the rest of the week, allowing you to focus on other things.

🌅 Waking up half an hour early sets a positive tone for the day, allowing you to engage in activities that establish a productive mindset. This extra time enables you to start your day with purpose.

👗 Streamline your morning routine by assembling clothes, food, and electronics the night before, to prepare for the work day ahead! By eliminating numerous choices, you conserve energy for more important tasks throughout the day.

🎯 Focus on one task at a time, instead of juggling multiple tasks. This enhances your ability to concentrate and boosts productivity.

📝 Maintaining an ongoing to-do list helps you prioritize tasks, keeps your goals front and center, and empowers you to make informed decisions about how to allocate time.

🗓️ Blocking out specific time slots on your calendar, ensures a balanced approach to productivity. Allocating time for breaks, relaxation, and self-care prevents burnout, so you can tackle important tasks with renewed energy.

🔑 When not in use, keep your keys, wallet, and sunglasses in a convenient location such as a decorative bowl or drawer. Train yourself to put things where they belong as soon as you arrive home. It’ll keep you from future scrambling.

👓 Have a designated pair of reading glasses to keep next at your computer. If you leave your desk, remove them from your face and place in the same spot each time.

🧺 Pick one day of the week to do your laundry, while the laundry is going, you can focus on other things to prepare for the week ahead. After the clothes dry, put them away to prevent wrinkles, even if you’re not in the mood.

🍽 Each night before bed, clear the kitchen sink. Hand wash and dry or load the dishwasher, so you wake up to a clean sink.


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Prepare for Tomorrow!

Self-Care Habits to Boost Productivity!Most of these habits take a few minutes and once you start implementing these strategies day after day, auto pilot kicks in.

As Tony Robbins says “Repetition is the Mother of Skill”.

New habits take practice and once you have them in place it frees up time to spend on more enjoyable things.

What can you intentionally do today to prepare for the future?

Look at your week ahead, and think about what you can do today, to be ready for tomorrow.

Preparing ahead of time, saves you time and energy, so you don’t have to worry about last minute situations that may unexpectedly pop up.

If you’d like more self-care tips, feel free to purchase my book on Amazon: Get It Done: 51 Habits, Routines, Tips, and Tools to Organize Your Life.

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