Not that I have a huge excess of time on my hands (at least *I* don't think so), and I'm far from the most efficient person you'll meet (especially if you've met my sister-in-law Janel), but I practice a few time-saving activities that I think are worth sharing:
- I use my travel bathroom bag at home. Then it's packed and ready to go at any moment - anywhere, even if it's just the gym. It's also a handy hang-on-a-hook design, so it doesn't take up much space and keeps all my stuff off the counter (usually). -
estimated time savings: 10 minutes per trip
- Just 'cause my 17-month old doesn't go to school doesn't mean he can't still have his lunch packed with his sister's each night. One less lunch to make the next day. I'd make my own & Ben's too, but I prefer heating up leftovers to the sack-lunch options the kids eat most days.
estimated time savings: 10 minutes per day
- Limit Facebook checks to 1 time a day.
estimated time savings: 10 hours per day
-- oh wait! I don't do that. That must be why I have no extra time on my hands. jazz...
What are your best time-saving tips?