Time management

The phrase “time famine” sums up the feeling of not having enough time can lead to feeling helpless, trapped, unhappy, overworked, anxious, or worried. Time management is the practice of using our 24 hours in each day optimally, and can be beneficial in reducing anxiety caused by the perception of not having enough time.
Although there is no universally accepted set of skills and behaviours for time management, it is commonly defined by: time analysis, planning, goal setting, scheduling, organising, and establishing new and improved time habits.
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