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How I organize and manage my time

Writing down and actually seeing exactly where all of my hours are being spent is the best way for me to stay focused and on track. Last year there were so many things I wanted to accomplish and hope to have finished by now, but I quickly realized that my hours weren't being spent so wisely. Some days felt like I didn't have enough time to do anything when in reality I was actually just participating in a lot of "time-wasters" such as internet surfing, watching too many television shows, shopping the mall for no apparent reason, etc. Well, that has all come to an end.

Since I've recognized this unproductive habit, I've now challenged myself to sticking to a more consistent schedule which has led me to getting things done throughout the days and weeks. What really helped to see exactly where the hours were being used was with these little clock post-it notes (from Korea). Each hour is being tracked and accounted for within my color coding system.

If interested, you can watch the YouTube video I did explaining my new time management sheet more in depth.


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  1. Great post! I subbed you on YT :) Awesome organizer!
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    1. Thank you so much for watching and for your support! I truly appreciate it!

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  2. Love the clock post it notes. (and your 2 hours of fitness too!)

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    1. These post-its were a gem I'm glad I came across. And yes, gotta stick to the fitness! I made a promise to myself that for 2015 I'd keep up with staying healthy. :)

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  3. Those little clock post-its are so cool! I had never seen them before but the color coded results are very aesthetically pleasing.

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    1. Thank you, Sarah! Korea has some really awesome and unique stationery that I've never seen before!

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  4. Great! Have a wonderful and creative Sunday - Irma

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  5. Great! And I so remember making those round time management things as a kid in school in Korea. It was a like requirement for all kids to make it. :) It was fun and seeing your post it brought back so many memories :)

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  6. Oh, I might set up little clocks to show my boys their summer schedules. I bet this would make sense to my little ones.

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  7. This is so cool! I can see using these for so many different things!

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