My Morning Routine – Why I Schedule Everything

Aloha readers!

I realized I may be overwhelming your email inbox with articles, and I’m not sure if you like it or not. I read somewhere that you shouldn’t overwhelm your reader with too many articles – unless you are Shakespeare or J.K. Rowling maybe. Also with my exams being only a month away, I decided to plan out a schedule – even for my blogs.

Scheduling could be a very effective tool for time management and help you immensely actually (if you want it to help you and take it seriously). It helps to not waste time thinking “What do I do now?” and start working on your next ‘thing to do’ immediately.

It doesn’t mean that you are a ‘boring ‘person because you aren’t spontaneous. It means that you are clearly aware of all the things you have to do, and you want them done.

Since when does being smart mean you are boring? Absurd.

Starting from today (at-least until my exams are done), I decided to post one article per day, at 6am. You can use the world clock to check what time that is in your state/country and read it right when it is published.

I hope this works for the best, for you and me. Cheers! Happy Reading!

With Love.

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29 thoughts on “My Morning Routine – Why I Schedule Everything

  1. It’s hard for me to post once a day or at least 2x a day. I work full time and don’t a lot of time to post. I plan my posts in pieces. It’s frustrating really because when I have an idea for a post is usually while I’m working and I can’t just drop what I’m doing to write it down. So by break time I lost it all. πŸ™

    One day a week is when I’m able to focus on blogging. I use to plan all my posts.

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    1. I happen to immediately jot down post ideas when I get them on my notepad in my phone. Whenever I’m free, travelling in the bus for exam, I type the posts and schedule it to get uploaded at a specific time. πŸ™‚

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    *screams in frustration*
    I’m a messy person by nature. And no matter how many posts I’ve read that stress the importance of having a schedule for your posts, I still can’t figure it out.
    It’s so frustrating sigh…

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    1. Haha! If you aren’t that type of person, I don’t think all the figuring out in this world is going to help you out. So if it doesn’t work out for you, just drop it. I hope that lessens the frustration! πŸ˜‡

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  3. Totally agreed. Scheduling gets things done and especially in this fast paced society, it helps me prioritize and remember too.

    Thanks for taking time to stop by my blog which inevitably led me to yours. Hope the exams went well.

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