Imagine a day where every single aspect is planned. Every task mapped out to the second. Every moment maxed out, and spontaneity? Well, that’s just a dirty word!
Of course, a life like this would be no life at all. Isn’t it the off-the-cuff, reactionary moments that make life so pleasurable?
But, how about a life where there was moretime for spontaneity, for enjoyable and unplanned activities? The key to these is in making space for them and the solution to that lies in streamlining those areas of your life that are repetitive; the chores, the “also ran” tasks that we all have to undertake (but loathe nonetheless).
This week's blog explores how streamlining can mean different things to different people and how to streamline tasks to free up more time for the stuff you love.
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