I can’t believe it’s that time of year again… already!!! Where does the time go?
Time. That’s the discussion for today. This week most of us in the U.S. will be turning our clocks back an hour, on Sunday evening at 2am to be exact. You know what that means, 1 extra hour to… hmmm… what will you do with that extra hour?
You could go to bed and wake up at your normal time feeling more rested for getting that extra hour of sleep. Perhaps you would choose something a little more exciting instead. Wouldn’t that be the perfect night to plan a Halloween party with friends? The time difference would enable you to stay out a little later and still get up at the same time. How about staying up late with your love or your kids and watching an extra movie (if you can stay awake through it.)
Just remember though, if you have to work on Sunday, be extra careful and set two alarms. You wouldn’t want to show up to work an hour early!! I’ve done that. That hour belongs to you!! Don’t lose it.
I’m guessing you have unique ideas as to what you would do with an extra hour. I’d love to hear it. I’m looking forward to your incredible suggestions in the comment section.
If you are excited about having this extra hour, and you would love to have MORE time in your life on a daily basis, check out the link below for some amazing suggestions on how you could save time! 20 Ideas That Give You More Time in Your Day.
Thank you as always for stopping by. Please leave a comment below, not only as to what you will do with that hour but as many options as you could think of to give our readers new ideas.
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We often go through our day-by-day routines and get so caught up in our daily lives and the distractions that surround us, that when we look back, we realize we’ve missed something. When we procrastinate on what needs to be done for things less important, we find that we miss out on opportunities because we are just too busy.
As time progresses we realize that, even with good intentions, we may not be where we want to be. We find that regret sets in and we start beating ourselves up for things we have not accomplished. In reality, when we were in those moments of our daily lives we were doing the best with what we had and what we were able to do with the time allotted.
It’s often that time becomes the enemy. We never seem to have enough of it. I know the older I get, the less hours I feel I have in a day. It seems that if there was a way to stop it, for whatever we needed it for; if there was a way, we would have already found it. All it seems we can do is recognize what it is we feel we are missing or need to accomplish, manage time better and find a way to fit it in.
Recognizing it before we fall too far behind is very essential. The best way to do that is to evaluate more instead of just going through the day-to-day motions. I know, it sounds so much easier than it actually is. It’s important to slow down daily and make it a routine to check in with yourself. Scan your day and acknowledge what went well, what didn’t and what you missed that could be scheduled the next day. Write it down then give yourself a time frame, maybe even set an alarm. Then take solid action.
Some days will seem so out of control with everything that is expected of us. It’s important to not be too hard on yourself. Make every effort to do your best in every moment. When you do your best, there should be no regrets.