Try This Tip To Be Less Stressed

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I have a productivity tip that will help you save time, your sanity and make sure you arrive stress free to dinners, meetings, phone calls and appointments. Sometimes though, the tips I use myself don’t always work. I don’t know why, but it’s just the case. Where I prefer to be productive to manage my stress and anxiety, my friend decides to take a product called kratom, which she found on a website like linacre and it’s supposed to help with these factors. As long as you do what’s best for you, that’s all that matters. Whether it’s from taking a supplement or by making a plan.

The way to do this is to prepare and think ahead. Whenever I make plans for anything I instantly import them into my digital calendar. I use Outlook for work and Google Calendar for home stuff. As soon as I make the appointment I type in the time, date and how I will get there.

I make sure to do this right then and there so I don’t forget. If I move on to something else I’m sure to get wrapped up in that other project and might not remember what I’ve committed to do. So I put in all the pertinent information and figure out how exactly I’m getting there. If I’m taking the subway, walking or driving I make sure to get directions and include them in my calendar notes.

Then I set the reminder alarm for however long I think it will take me to get there plus 15 minutes. Sometimes you need a little time to get ready to go if you are doing something else. So I add in this extra pad for myself.

When I’m ready to leave , I just glance down at the directions I’ve already laid out — and I go. It’s a great system for arriving on time and unstressed.

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2 replies
  1. Steven Pofcher
    Steven Pofcher says:

    Why do you use 2 calendars, Outlook and Google Calendar.
    Wouldn’t it be easier and less stressful to use 1 calendar?

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    • List Producer
      List Producer says:

      Well I use one for my full-time job as a TV producer and the other for my blog and my personal life. For me it works to keep them on separate calendars. Sometimes I merge them together but for the most part they are separate. It’s one of those things that just works for me that way. A lot of these tips and tricks are like that — you have to see what works best for you.
      Thanks for your comment!

      Reply

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