Saturday, September 26, 2009

ways to save time #9 and #10

Time truly is the deciding factor. We all have to recognize the fact that we cannot slow it down nor can we speed it up. We all have the same amount of time--365 days in each year and only 24 hours in each day.

In the end, it is all about personal choice. We all have the right to choose how we will spend our time. If you want to have more time for the things you enjoy, keep reading all week long for lots of tips that will save you lots of time!

Time saving tip # 9: Make and use checklists

A. Checklists for children can help them learn their morning or evening routines, for example, brushing their teeth and combing their hair. If your little one cannot read yet, post pictures as well as the words.

B. Checklists can be useful when packing for a trip, a day out at the park or picnic, having a babysitter or friend sit for the kids, among many other opportunities.

Time saving tip # 10: Create a lost and found

Every home needs a lost and found which can take many forms including a box, bin, basket, drawer, container, or even a laundry basket. When a family member finds a stray item on a counter top, in the middle of the floor, etc. they can toss it into the 'lost and found'. It's a great way to clean up the clutter and misplaced items in your home. And therefore, it should become the first place any family member looks for a misplaced item instead of searching everywhere for the item.



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