Surviving in the Busy World
Our life has become so much busier with the current world. We have the same routine every day, we wake up every morning, go to work, come back home, sleep and the cycle continues every day.

We don’t find any free time on weekdays as the whole day is spent at work. We rarely get time to spend with our loved ones and do activities which we love. We’re always under so much of stress these days due to so many problems. Sometimes work can be stressing and higher work load can make you tired in the end of the day. Even though you don’t have enough time we should perform the required activities daily.

Maybe weekends are the only free time we get for the whole week. So, many of us have different hobbies, after we start working and reach adulthood most of us do not follow the hobbies which we use to follow. Even though we were interested in so many things when we were kids and also wanted to do so many things and engage in different sporting activities after we grow up. We don’t get a chance to do any of these at all, once we reach adulthood we just have to keep working every day. As kids we think that we can live happy and stress free life when we grow up, but once we reach adulthood we realize that being kids were happiest time in our lives.

 Even though we are free during the weekend we will have many other things to do like laundry and cleaning the house. There are also easy methods like using a fabric freshners which can remove the odor of the clothes and give a new look. If you have a garden you will have to take care of the garden during the weekends.

So we will not have time to do anything else other than doing this stuff. It would be good if we could have some rest or do something to relax our mind during the free time we get. Weekends will be just two days and we will not have a lot of time. Also very important that we do the laundry so that we have decent clothes to wear for work during working days. It’s good to be presentable at work. There are also so many technological advancements which make life easy and quick for us.

During the weekend we can spend some time with the family. We never get time to spend with our family.  Planning for a family dinner can be a great option. You can go out with your family so that you can spend some quality time with them. You can prepare the meal or you can go out for a dinner. If you feel like you are too tired to prepare dinner for the family, you can get a nice restaurant. This can also make you feel free and relaxed and not stressed about the food.

We are now living in a time where we are constantly trying to do more with less. We have more balls in the air than ever before and our to-do lists just keep getting longer. With all of this on our plate, it’s no wonder that we sometimes feel like we are just surviving instead of thriving. But what if there was a way to change that? In this blog post, we will explore some tips on how you can thrive in your busy life. From making time for yourself to learning how to say no, read on to learn more about how you can take back control of your life.

Identify your time robbers

In order to identify your time robbers, you need to first understand what they are. Time robbers are activities or tasks that take up your time without providing any real benefit. They can be things like checking social media, browsing the internet, watching TV, or even talking on the phone.

Once you know what your time robbers are, you can start to take steps to eliminate them from your life. This may mean setting limits on how much time you spend on certain activities, or completely cutting them out of your life altogether. Whatever approach you take, the goal is to free up more time for things that are actually important to you.

If you find yourself struggling to identify your time robbers, here are a few questions to ask yourself:

- What activities do I do that I could easily cut out of my life without any negative consequences?

- What activities do I do that take up a lot of time but don't provide any real benefit?

- What activities do I do that I enjoy but could probably stand to cut back on?

Answering these questions can help you start to narrow down your list of potential time robbers. From there, it's just a matter of taking action and eliminating them from your life.

Schedule your time

Assuming you have a busy lifestyle, there are only 24 hours in a day. You need to schedule your time in order to get everything done that you need to do. Here are some tips:

1) Get a planner or use your phone/computer calendar to plan out your day/week. This will help you keep track of what needs to be done and when.

2) Set aside time for each task that needs to be accomplished. If you don't have a lot of time, break the task into smaller parts and spread them out over the week.

3) Don't forget to schedule some down time! This is important for your mental and physical health. Make sure to schedule in some time for yourself every day, even if it's just 20 minutes.

4) Be flexible with your schedule. Things come up and plans change. Just go with the flow and adjust as needed.

5) Lastly, don't forget to stick to your schedule as best as you can. It won't be perfect, but if you stick to it most of the time, it will help you accomplish what you need to do while still taking care of yourself.

Set weekly and daily goals

It is no secret that leading a busy life can be stressful and difficult to manage. Between work, family, and social obligations, it can be hard to find time for yourself. To help you stay on track and achieve your goals, it is important to set weekly and daily goals.

Weekly goals will help you stay focused on what is most important in the big picture. For example, if your goal is to lose weight, your weekly goal may be to exercise three times per week and eat healthy meals five days per week. Daily goals will help you break down your weekly goals into manageable tasks. For example, if your goal is to eat healthy meals five days per week, your daily goal may be to pack a healthy lunch or cook dinner at home.

No matter what your goals are, setting weekly and daily goals will help you stay on track and achieve success.

Learn to say no

In order to survive in the busy life style, it is important to learn how to say no. This can be difficult for people who are used to saying yes to everything, but it is a necessary skill to have. There are a few things to keep in mind when learning how to say no:

1. Be assertive: It is important to be firm and confident when saying no. This way, the other person will know that you mean what you say.

2. Give a reason: It is okay to give a brief explanation as to why you are saying no. However, don't make up excuses or get into a long discussion about it.

3. Offer an alternative: If you can't do something that the other person is asking, offer an alternative solution. For example, if they ask you to help them move furniture, suggest that you could help them pack instead.

4. Don't feel guilty: It is important not to feel guilty about saying no. Remember that you have the right to say no and that you are not obliged to do everything that someone asks of you.

5. Be polite: Even though you are saying no, there is no need to be rude about it. Simply state your decision calmly and politely.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *