Friday, June 1, 2018

How do you spend your 5pm to 9am time?

How do you spend your 5 to 9 time?

It is a known fact that most people in the workforce are at their jobs from the hours of nine o’clock in the morning to five o’clock at night, Monday through Friday. This is commonly referred to as the 9-5 shift, the standard for many businesses. After this long day at work, many workers feel too tired to do anything but relax and seek entertainment.  The thought of doing more work in a day, like housework, is unbearable.

Many people have family members, children, pets, and general household needs to attend to when they arrive home from work. Various chores needing attention may include cooking dinner, doing the dishes, laundry, and preparing for the next day. The idea of squeezing in a little bit of relaxing, while still achieving that highly sought-after full eight hours of sleep, is farfetched on most weekdays.  Meanwhile, the morning requires the completion of chores such as getting the rest of the house up, making and eating breakfast, preparing lunch, and commuting to work.

Some may think that they cannot possibly bring organization into their daily routines to organize their homes and live, yet daily routines before and after work are the perfect times to regiment. Following a consistent schedule of what to do before and after work will keep your home and life uncluttered and allow your day to run smoothly. Doing the same chores everyday may sound like quite a daunting task, but routine is the root of organization. Simply finding 10 to 20 minutes a day to straighten up the house or sitting down to reorganize your thoughts and actions can immensely aid in organization.

So now I pose a question to the workforce: are you using your 5-9 time wisely?

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