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Time Management

This article holds a lot of good sense . The notion of planning the day and sorting things out one at a time is effective. We live in an age of flurry. We are surrounded by pressure and distraction. Things get half done and poorly and we feel tired and oppressed. I have often set my oven timer at home to give myself 10 or 20 minutes on a particular job  I  have wanted to complete. The difficulty at work is I get interrupted as soon as I arrive. My whole day is interrupted. I can’t shut myself away and have time to complete tasks and so it is a matter of using 10 minutes wisely instead of slumping in the chair overwhelmed. It is important to fight the flurry on the psychological front!!


Retired Adelaide based professional. Lived here most of my life. I have been a teacher of French, English and German since 1974 and value the capacity of the classroom, wherever that might be, to write on the lives of others.

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