Get more done faster? Who wouldn’t like to do that? I’d love to be able to have more time on my hands to pursue the things I love. Instead, I sometimes get bogged down with ‘have-to-dos’ that leave less time for ‘want-to-dos’, if you get my drift.

So began my quest for simple productivity ideas and here’s a pretty infographic I found  by Yumi Sakugawa. The beauty of this lies in how completely doable these ideas are.

The one I like the most is – focus on three tasks per day. It doesn’t mean that you do only three things a day (now that would be bliss!) – the key word is ‘focus’.   I’ve tried this now and then and find that not only do I get more done in the day, but I also feel less guilty about all the things I’ve not accomplished from my long to-do list. I need to make this a regular habit now.

The other tip I am going to try out is the calendar of x’s. I’m a visual kind of person and this will certainly help me with the one (or two) tasks I simply must do every day – walk and write.

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Which one of these would you like to try out? Or which one of these have you been practising regularly?

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As you know, we’re bringing back our writing prompts, we’re committed now to #MondayMusings and #100Words onSaturday.

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How does this work?

  • We give you a prompt
  • You write a 100 words in response and post it on your blog. Remember to include a link back to this post.
  • You then add the link to our linky below
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Today’s prompt is a picture. You tell a story, write a poem, write a piece of non-fiction – whatever strikes you.

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Published by corinnerodrigues

A lover of words. A self-acceptance blogger. A blogging coach. A book reviewer. A woman happily journeying through midlife, moving from self-improvement to self-acceptance and enjoying being herself. Corinne writes at Everyday Gyaan, reviews fiction at CorinneRodrigues.com and encourages writers and bloggers at Write Tribe and offers offline coaching to writers and bloggers at The Frangipani Creative, located in Secunderabad, India.

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