26. If you’re going to watch television, plan for it. Record programs. Watch them on your time, not on the time of the networks.
27. Be deliberate with your devices right from the beginning. Own them and don’t let them own you.
28. Slowing down can be more productive over the long run than speeding up.
29. Even the littlest thing that needs to happen regularly should be on your to do list if it matters. Don’t let it take up bandwidth in your brain.
30. Using a service that allows people to schedule time with me was one of the best things I ever did. It’s easy to do and saves more time than you think.
31. No matter what platform or computer you use, finding a text expansion app is totally worth the time it’s going to save you.
32. “Watch later” is my favourite button on YouTube. It should be yours, too.
33. Setting aside time to learn daily is one of the wisest investments of your time you can make.
34. Leverage the time when doing the dishes or working out by listening to something like an audiobook or a podcast.
35. Looking for a habit to start an evening routine with? Flossing is a great option.
36. The Instant Pot is worth every nickel.
37. I think tracking your time is worthwhile as long as you don’t overdo it. (I use Life Cycle and the ZEIº by Timeular. I suppose the Health and Activity apps on iOS also count.)
38. Don’t forget the value of qualitative data when tracking your time. That data helps shape the story, too.
39. Work from home? Mix it up and head elsewhere a couple of times per week (I do on Tuesdays and Thursdays).
40. Don’t forget to get outside. (And if you work from home try to create a space to work outdoors. It’s worth the effort and expense.)
41. I haven’t gone out to buy shaving needs in years because they come in the mail
42. Fac, si facis. That’s Latin for “Do it, if you’re going to do it.”
43. If you feel like you wasted time, you probably have. Make note of when you have this feeling so you can stop wasting this non-renewable resource of yours.