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Stop Putting Off Chores By Timing Yourself Doing Them

If you find yourself staring at a sink full of dirty dishes, thinking it would take forever to do them, you’re shooting yourself in the foot. Time yourself doing your chores and you’ll realise you get things done a lot faster than you thought.


Avoid Feeling Overwhelmed At Work With The 'Four D's' Method

You know the stressful, frustrating feeling of having too much on your plate. Next time you’ve got too much to handle, try the Four D’s method: delete, defer, delegate or diminish one of your priorities.


Don't Just Say No To Others, Say No To Yourself

Making the most of your time is great — we’re obviously fans of it. But sometimes, the better you get at optimising your time, the more work you take on. This can be frustrating, making you feel no more efficient or less stressed than you did before. Instead of trying to manage your time, learn to say no to yourself.


Conspire Tracks And Analyses Your Email Habits

Email can be frustratingly time-consuming. You certainly don’t want to ignore your inbox, but you don’t want to spend all day reading and replying either. To better manage your email habits, Conspire tracks your usage data, then analyses it and sends you weekly report cards.


Work Faster, Not More Hours, To Make Better Use Of Your Workday

When you’re behind on your work, it’s all too common to solve the problem with more hours. Instead, try a distraction-free, fast-paced work blitz during your normal work hours.


How To Speed Up Your Morning Routine And Get Out The Door On Time

If you’re actually able to wake up when your alarm goes off, the only thing stopping you from getting out the door on time is your morning routine. Here are some tips to speed things up so you can stay up a little later, sleep in a little more, and still have time to prepare for the day.


How To Fit Volunteering Into Your Packed Schedule

Volunteering is a great way to give back, but it can be difficult to do if you’re focused on your own stuff. Here are a few ways you can volunteer without disrupting your current lifestyle.


Boost Your Productivity By Ditching Habitual 'Me Time' Commitments

We all have things we do to give ourselves a break from our busy lives, but some those things might just be a force of habit. If you can eliminate some of of your unnecessary “me time” commitments, you’ll have more time and energy to put toward productive tasks.


This Checklist Makes Sure Your Next Meeting Is Productive One

No one likes wasting time in meetings, but it happens. To spend your time more efficiently, it helps to have a plan in place. Use this checklist to make sure your next meeting is more productive.


Assign Small Tasks To Your 'Schedule Gaps' Each Morning

We all have small gaps of time in our schedule throughout the day. That time adds up. You want to use those gaps wisely so your time doesn’t go to waste. One option is to assign small tasks to them every morning.


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