Time Management

by shannon on October 27, 2014

Whether you choose a paper or electronic calendar, it is so important to keep and maintain one calendar that incorporates both your business and personal activities.

At this point, the smartphone technology has become easier to learn and use, but for those of you who still appreciate the kinesthetic anchoring of writing things down, be sure that your calendar has adequate room to include both your own and your family’s appointments. For families who use a written calendar, Pam Socolow has created excellent family activity calendars for both the wall and on-the-go. The wall calendar is an all-in-one command center with pockets to keep invitations, contact sheets of important information, and stickers to make it fun for the young ones to be involved. Each day is divided into 5 colors so that it’s easy to keep track of the schedule for each family member.

What’s great about electronic calendars is that it is so easy to set up daily, weekly, monthly, annual, and reoccurring appointments. Internet based calendars allow multiple members of the work team or family to enter and edit information. This makes it easy to implement your 10-Minute Tidy tips if you have a reminder on your calendar that encourages you to maintain these new daily habits.

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