There’s an old saying – time is money. Whether we like it or not, time is a valuable, finite commodity. There are only so many hours in a day, none of which can be reclaimed. Once the time is gone, it’s gone. You have a limited amount of time in your life, it is therefore essential that you manage that time well to make the most of it. The more you value time, the better you will use it. Poorly managed time leads to unnecessary stress and worry (think of how many times in a week you fret over not having enough time in the day to do everything you need to do).
When we understand the gravity of time, learn how to organise it, make the most out of it and actually utilise those skills daily, we can really say our time is being well spent.
“A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life.” ― Charles Darwin
There are so many ways to manage your time more efficiently, but as with most things, if you don’t understand why you are doing it, you are unlikely to stick to it for very long.
By Debbie Taylor