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Time Management or Me Time? 

Time Management or Me Time? 



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We all learned and still learning the importance of time management but we still don’t know the power of ‘me’  time. One of my friends once said that there should be work-life balance. There should be ‘Me’ time for everyone. But many of us have never considered having ‘Me’ time. What I learned all my life is if you want to be successful then you have to give up all your free time and work hard. So we all did that thing that others had done. We chose time management over anything. We divided our days into hours and started setting goals for that. We never considered that we also need some time for ourselves. And in the end, we all burned out. 


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1. Even if you have a hectic schedule, try to log out when work is done

1. Even if you have a hectic schedule, try to log out when work is done

Late night working, or over time will not increase your rate of success overnight instead, it will decrease your productivity and creativity. Your physical health will leave the chat here.

So take the control of your time and log out from work when you’re done. Remember one thing mental exhaustion is heavier than a physical one. If you’re mentally exhausted then you’ll drain physically too. 


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2. Don’t do anything at least an hour a day.

2. Don’t do anything at least an hour a day.

This doesn’t mean being a lazy person, that doesn’t do any kind of work or something like that. It means giving your mind at least one hour to refresh, relax and concentrate on other things.

You can watch the sky, and city roads from the window of your home or do nothing or just close your eyes and sleep. You can meditate.

You can do whatever in that one hour but just don’t do any kind of things related to work. This is also a kind of ‘Me’ time.


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3. Self-care

3. Self-care

Self-care means pampering yourself. Like doing skincare, playing games or reading books, cooking some good food, or eating a whole pot of pasta by yourself. Health check-ups too.

Self-care is just like having ‘Me’ time. You’re doing it for yourself not for others not for any success not for money or not for retiring before the thirties. Just for yourself.


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It's In Our Hands

It's In Our Hands

On the other hand, time management gives us a routine (it could be healthy or it could be bad too) to live a life in the discipline. It manages our time and priorities of work and balances the day. Both are important and both have different possibilities and outcomes. But in the end, it is in our hands how to have ‘Me’ time and manage our time at the same time.


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