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Mosquito tasks - time management for small tasks

Imagine you have two main projects in your calendar, that you should be working on. In fact, any step in those two projects is bound to make you quite content with yourself, to make you feel that you are making progress, that you are safe and on track, and that you will manage to get it done.

Balance projects to achieve more during your day

Do you find yourself constantly working on a project, gaining flow and traction in it, but with little time and focus left for the others? You are not alone. Most of us are very good when focusing on one thing for long periods of time. They are times when we would like to give our undivided attention to one project, and get it off the ground as fast and well as we can (Mission Go get one project deals with this). And sometimes we afford to do this. But they are also times at which we must or want to juggle different projects, and make progress on two or more fronts. Some of these times are obvious because of our work schedule. Some are not obvious, but are easily detected on the inside of our mind.

Dream activity to get into a more inspired mood

Sometimes routine envelops us and we find ourselves without hope that things will ever get better. Compared to the things we told ourselves we will do, our life, though something to be quite content with in many ways, might seem like is falling short. How are we supposed to feel that we will ever get to the part when our dreams start happening, if we are barely able to cope with the tasks we currently have on our plate?

The bucket list - Make your dreams happen

Many of us have vague dreams about how we would like to travel ✈ and see more places or explore more activities, hobbies, new restaurants, new events, and people. 
 For a portion of these vague dreams to become reality, we must let ourselves plan for them as if they were projects, and let ourselves organize them and turn them into reality.  

Time for a self-care routine? The advantages of a work-life blend

Daily Rituals Work Life Balance

Are you tired of feeling exhausted after a long morning routine? Do you struggle to find the time and energy to implement self-care practices into your daily routine? The concept of a "Miracle Morning" as outlined in the book by Hal Elrod, has helped many individuals to improve their overall wellbeing, but it may not be the right fit for everyone. In this blog post, we will explore the idea of a "Life Work Blend" as an alternative approach to achieving a balance between work and personal responsibilities.

Unitasking and Uninterrupted Time

You may have heard it before: our brains are not made for lots of interruptions, and we shouldn’t be multitasking. This is because, when we multitask, we only get a boost, a feeling of doing more, when we keep on switching tasks. But the reality is that this constant switching between contexts costs the energy of our minds and, without realizing, we actually are much less productive when we switch than when we stay on one activity for a longer period of time.

Against straight-lining your time

Do you know all those 80 / 20 rules about how 80% of results come from 20% of work? They miss out something essential! 

Routines and Rituals that support your wellbeing

Most of our time is spent in routines. We make our morning coffee and maybe look through our email in the morning. We take our lunch break, then meet with a certain colleague to eat together on a bench in the park if the weather is nice on Thursdays. We light our candles and pour ourselves a glass of wine before getting into the bathtub. Or we settle down with a good book in bed for about an hour before our sleep time.

Contain projects - get your projects under control

Do you have a clear idea about what the things you need and want to do are, or do you find yourself stressed out that you might have forgotten something? Do you know how long the things you are currently taking on will take? Do you have an overview of what’s stuck and what’s working?  Do you have a big picture of what your current obligations and commitments are, including the ones to yourself?

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