Time is flying by
I need to stretch it out
I can't bottle it.
I can't believe how fast time zooms along.
If only I was retired.
Seriously, though, I'm going to start a new time management program tomorrow to try and squeeze a little more productivity out of my days. There are just some things I want to be finished. I'm tired of the loose ends all being untied and flopping around. I know I can get a lot accomplished in one hour, so I'm going to plan my time in hour increments. There will be three increments each day dedicated to various project completions. I figure that leaves three other hours in the day if I get up at 9am. I no longer have to get up early because:
a) Jeren got a vehicle so he can drive himself to work.
b) Logan is now going to daycare.
If I start forcing myself to GO TO BED by 1 or 2 o'clock (depending on when I get home from work) I will have plenty of sleep by 9am. I'm even going to set an alarm since the room I'm sleeping in right now has no window.
I am giving one of the three "extra" hours to exercise.
I am giving one of the three "extra" hours to taking care of myself and getting ready for work. In other words, I won't be realizing at 2:15 that I haven't eaten yet. I have a tendency to put things off and end up trying to eat, shower and dress all at the same time. It's silly.
That leaves one hour for the computer plus the hour I have when I get home from work. If I can't do it all in two hours a day, then too bad. I will have to plan my game time a little more effectively.
On my days off I want to remember to eat regularly. I have a really bad habit of going all day without eating because I get busy doing stuff and don't think of it. I will also plan two more hour segments toward a specific goal. I started this before but got interrupted by "having" to do things that ate up my scheduled time. I will be writing this new schedule though and any adjustments will have to be made on paper so I can see where my time goes and account for it.
Wish me luck. I'm determined.