What habits have helped you save more time?

Carrying a Notepad and Pen with Me All the Time

Capturing your ideas or simply to-do items on paper saves you a lot of time.

If you don't capture them, they will wander around your brain and pop up in the most inappropriate moments. You will dismiss them focused on the task at hand and they will be back again and again.

Site Blocker

It's more of a tool than a habit. But thanks to this tool I no longer habitually visits websites that distract me.

I love to read news online, I love to check my stats all the time... but it serves no real purpose than distraction from boring or tiresome work.

Setting Daily Priorities

Every morning I write down no more than 5 items I want to deal with on a given day. They are my point of focus. When you know what you want to do, you don't do things that waste your time nor you procrastinate as much as usual.

The Sand Grains Method

Have a list of to-do items that you can do within a few minutes and do them when you have a moment to spare: while commuting, standing in a queue, waiting for an appointment and so on.

Meditation, Journaling and Practicing Gratitude

All those activities are working as catalysts. They enhance everything (or just too many aspects of your life to enumerate them all).

You don't waste time on them activities. You invest your time. When you are more grounded, happy, healthy and focused, you are more productive as well.

Heavy Intensive Interval Training

I exercise about only 5-10 minutes a day, but I do it very intensively. It not only saves me time on hours of cardio, it also keeps me fit and healthy.

Why is cardio exercise so important?

Cardio exercise is one of the most important things you can do for your body, whether you want to lose weight, burn fat, or generally improve your health. You can use machines like a treadmill or an elliptical trainer, or you can create your own workout at home with a variety of cardio exercises like jogging in place, jumping

How to lose 10 kg in 1 month

I lost 8.1 kgs in 21 days in a healthy way....Though more information is required (your age and height) to answer this question, I can write about the basics.Drink water. Water is zero calorie. Drink 1 litre of water for every 20 kgs. Please make sure

Can I run 2.4 km in 15 minutes?

From whatever little information that you have provided, an honest answer would be NO.So let me start...To begin with, you have never ran before and you want to complete 2.5Km in 15 minutes!! That's a speed of 10Kmph, you are targeting!!!Please don't get me wrong I am not trying to discourage you but just trying