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Everything In A Nutshell

Living in a fast paced world is no easy feat. From the moment you drag yourself out of the bed in the morning to the moment you drop on to the bed at night you are running. Running to get to work, running to get your children to school on time, running to get the Korean grocery online, running to get the household chores finished…everything is one long race with time.

This has complicated our lives and sometimes due to a sheer lack of time we are unable to finish all the daily functions and sometimes finish our tasks inefficiently. Life just needs to slow down but it is very difficult to do so. Therefore people has come up with various little time saving techniques to get what they want done, when they want it. 

For an example, people combine various tasks of similar nature and perform it together so that they would not have to waste time and effort doing them individually. But a pre-requisite of this technique is that you must first organize your day before you actually start it. Take for an instance that one person has to drop the kids off at school, drop the clothes at the laundry, buy an anniversary gift, meet a childhood friend etc. If that person had organized her day prior to starting it, she can drop the laundry on her way to the school, browse the net for an anniversary gift and order online, ask the friend to come to a restaurant situated on her route to school and home. By the time she gets home, the anniversary gift will be at her doorstep (there is free delivery for most of the online purchases). Visit this page for further information regarding dumpling steamer

Another tip is avoid doing unnecessary task that may cost you more time. For an example if you go shopping, rather than browsing through all the hundreds of racks in the shop you can simply go through the super market catalogue and make sure what you want is actually there. It offers everything in a nutshell. Since it offers the current prices of the items they have its easier to do shopping. Once again you must have a proper idea of what you are looking for or otherwise you might spend longer than that is needed to mentally go through all the options and to figure out what you truly want and need to buy.

Also you can delegate tasks to your household members (if that task does not need your direct involvement and is something anyone can do). This is not the best way but sometimes clinging on to too much work may get you stressed and reduce your efficiency. You might not be able to finish anything at all if you bite more than what you can chew. So don’t take all the responsibilities around the house and work place. Delegate them to responsible individuals (you can use this technique to make sure your kids learn responsibility and appreciate how much effort goes in to even the most minute of tasks) and make sure they actually do it! You must be in charge overall and supervise when needed.