Most of us do not want to face our deep emotions since they make us feel anxious, at first. Understand that it may be so in the beginning but at the end, it will be more liberating. Be patient with the process.
Know your high-level priorities and goals. Start creating blocks for your time outside of work (morning routines, time with family/friends etc.) Schedule your most meaningful work for when your energy and attention naturally peak. Add blocks for reactive tasks each day (emails, calls, meetings). Write down your daily to-do list (for work, home, and family/social) and fill it in.
Time blocking 101: A step-by-step guide to mastering your daily schedule
Bring all your commitments together on the same calendar (personal and professional) so you know how much time you’re actually working with. You can use color coding to differentiate between activities if you’d like.
How to make a daily schedule that won't ruin your day - RescueTime
Romanticism and capitalism are the two dominant ideas of our time, guiding the way we think and feel about the two things that usually matter most in our lives: relationships and work . The impressive philosophy of romantic love in art ( with focus on intimacy and openness and spending carefree days together) matches poorly with the requirements of working routines that fill our heads with complex demands, keep us away from home for long stretches and render us insecure about our positions in a competitive environment.