Time on the job although monitored can be painfully less, especially if the kind of job you do demands more of it most of the time. A good eight hourly schedule can be painful if you've been working for more than the stipulated number of hours for days together.
What's most difficult for most of us is managing it. This may sound familiar to most of us in today's scenario. Perhaps we can look at it more squarely for best results.
Writing millions of bulleted points really won't help you as much. You spend more time going through them rather than implementing them. Here's what you can do if you haven't yet made a head start!
Analyze the time that will be consumed for each task, and if you think you will forget this at the last moment, set up reminders in your cell phone, computer, anywhere you can access it frequently. While this solves a huge amount of your trouble with respect to recalling, you can go on to the next step of prioritizing.
* Making a priority list is as important as making the planner. This allows you to execute your tasks more efficiently. Keep in mind unusual events too, like children suddenly falling sick, and also the time to check up on their vaccinations. If you have a pet back home, place in its details as well.
* Make a list of the things that you eat. This is important because if you've overindulged in anything before this, there is a possibility that you may ruin your health, placing all the items on your list at low priority. Working efficiently also means taking care of your own health. Most people don't realize this.
After all, all humans are imperfect, and all we can do really is to make our lives as colorful as possible to live it fully.