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How To Add Hours to Your Week

Imagine what you could do with an extra 365 hours a year. Would you finally have the time to plan out your business, book, blog or other creative project? Maybe you’d use the time to relax after a long day of work so you can power through your project on the weekend. You could spend it with your kids, spouse or friends. Regardless of how you’d use it, you’d figure out the most productive thing possible for you and your fulfillment. The following 12 tips will help you to save five minutes each. If you add up all 12, that will give you an entire hour every day to use as you please.

1. Skip the snooze button and train yourself to get up right away in the morning. If you’re like most people, you hit the snooze button two or three times before you wake up in the morning. You may feel like you need that extra five to 20 minutes to fully get your bearings at the break of dawn. In reality, it’s a habit that can be broken. Once you get used to getting up the first time your alarm goes off, you’ll be able to spring out of bed and straight into your super productive day. The first step in skipping the snooze is to place your alarm clock far enough away from your bed that you have to actually get out of bed to reach it. Secondly, you want to practice being conscious when you turn off the alarm. To accomplish this, before you go to bed, look at the alarm clock and think about how good it will feel to have that extra time to work on your new project. If your business, book or blog is important to you, this will be incentive enough to wake up. Lastly, you should Continue reading How To Add Hours to Your Week