Did you ever ended up your working day thinking you did absolutely nothing you were supposed to do, feeling guilty afterwards?
This is why it’s important to start working with your right foot. You have two choices: either you work more hours to get things done, or you work smarter. I prefer this one, establishing tasks to start my day in a good mood. By working smarter, at the end of the day, I will feel lighter and with the sense of productivity on my mind. However, if I work without motivation or a guideline, not only will I feel bad for not acomplishing what I needed to, but also will have to spend more hours to do it afterwards. “My goal is no longer to get more done, but rather to have less to do.” Francine Jay
How can you make the best of your work day and be productive? It just takes a little action in your daily life. Here’s how:
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Today for the blog post I’m sharing with you what I used to do when I had a gap between my classes. Not everyone is lucky enough to get the schedule they want. For me, a good schedule would be one that had all my classes in line, without gaps. Unfortunately, the great system that we used to make our schedules, was amazing to the point of crashing in the process. That means that making our schedule was a lucky shot, and I ended up having long gaps between my classes.