This Is How To Plan A Day.
Deb Knobelman, PhD

Thank you for sharing this. I’ve been trying to work on being better about making list and/or scheduling my to-dos but am still working on it. I know a bit part of my issue is procrastination so I’m trying to be better about not letting myself slack off and start doing things in the morning a couple hours after I wake up. I need some of that time to enjoy my coffee and read the news or check out Medium. Still trying to also get better at figuring out how long things take for me to complete so I can be batter in the future. Cleaning and school work are the hardest for me to guess the time span. I’m thinking of using the stopwatch on my phone to see how long things take so I can write that down for future planning

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