Daylight Savings Time Requires a Reassessment of Our Time and How We Use It
By Melissa Monsman
Do you feel it? That “Exhaustion-after-Daylight-Savings” feeling? Yes, it’s real; nevertheless, let’s welcome this change because it’ll all be worth it with more hours of daylight.
More daylight could mean one of two things: You work longer hours or you find time to work and enjoy your time away from work with some daylight left. Which one are you? Help On Deck is all for a work-life balance. Here are some tips to help you with this change.
Planning, you either love it or loathe it, and this time of year is a great time to reevaluate and readjust your planner.
Expert Tip: Use a daily planner with hourly slots from early morning to late evening to work on reevaluating and readjusting until you get used to your new schedule.
Ask yourself these questions to help you go through your daily planner:
- What things must I get done each day? Your deadline items include recurring meetings and daily tasks that need completed at that time on that day.
- What upcoming appointments do I need to add into my planner?
- What things do I want to add into my schedule? Have you put off any activities or tasks that you’ve been meaning to get to?