Systematic Worker

This is Monday evening. You are just getting off work, 5 o'clock traffic hits, we are stuck in traffic and you just wanna get home.
But when you get home, their are TONS of things that have to be taken care of.

Let's explore this option: being systematic.
Systematic is not about being a robot, it's all about having a system for doing things at work and at home. Systematic is involving, showing, or having a plan or method.
We tend to do the same things over and over so it's in our best interest to create plans for hoe we do things. 
 An example of a system is assigning chores. Write down a list of chores with their descriptions, assign the chore to your child/sibling/roommate, then rotate every so often.
 How can you implement this in areas throughout your day? There are numerous ways to create and implement systems.
Just make sure your time corresponds with what you have to do that day. 
Systems are very important and as long as you plan and have a method of working, you can be productive both at home and at work.

Join me every monday for inspiration, life hacks, and much more. Anything to start #makingmondaysbetter

Daryl Johnson