How You Can Manage Your Leisure Time

To precede my recent article which I wrote about 7 EASY TIPS HOW TO BE MORE DISCIPLINEDand i hope sharing this article today will make the equation balance.

I recommend to you the article 7 TIPS ON HOW YOU CAN BE MORE DISCIPLINED to read before proceeding with this article.

Most of the time I discussed with persons who get stressed out, the complain I get is "I don't have enough time". Yet when the man becomes sick, there would be time for him to get admitted and be discharged only at the Doctor's pleasure depending on his progress.

How You Can Manage Your Leisure Time

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On my Facebook wall, I do receive lots of inquiries from persons telling me to let them know HOW THEY CAN BE MANAGE THEIR LEISURE TIME , in which i told them that I will provide the article publicly.

Even though some are not in any form of employment, I get the same response "I don't have time" Then a question bothers me, which says: "What Are You Doing with your Time?"

So now I am forced to ask: "What do you do with your time?"

One of the biggest frustrations many of us feel is having too much to do, and not feeling like we have enough time to do it. 

We are overwhelmed.

Now let's do the mathematics of time: There are 24 hours in a day of that,
  • morning starts by 12am to 12noon (that is 12 hours).
  • Afternoon starts from 12noon to 4pm (that is 4 hours)
  • Evening starts from 4 pm to 7 pm (that is 3 hours)
  • And night time starts from 7 pm to 12 midnight (that is 5 hours)
  • Sleeping time is from 10 pm to 6 am (that is 8 hours)
  • Working time is from 8 am to 4 pm (that is 8 hours).
So we are left with 8 hours of FREE TIME. When you say you have no time, then what do you do with the 8 hours free time? Extrapolating this to a week: There are 168 hours in a week
  • Let's say you use 56 hours to sleep (which is impossible for an adult).
  • then use 40 hours to work for someone else.
  • then use 35 hours to catch your fun, take your bath, travel around.
You would still have 37 hours of FREE TIME. The problem is having too much stuff to fit into a small container (24 hours). If we look at task management and time management as simple a container organization problem, it becomes simpler.

 Whatever you do with your free time that leaves you with no time, don't you think that an investment into yourself is necessary for a secured future?
Would you not rather PURSUE YOUR DREAMS than make another man succeed in achieving his own dreams? Think on this!!!
How do we fit all of the stuff we have to do into our small container?
  • By simplifying, and
  • Letting go
With this two-step process, you will be able to deal with the problem of "too much to do, not enough time"
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