1. Use a To Do List
Make a list of activities you have to do. Not just as a reminder, but also as a tool so that we can set the time when to finish and how long the activity was done
2. Get Set In Your Ways
Make your daily routine in detail. Good time management it shows good organization as well.
3. Break It Up!
Break large tasks into tasks you are small you make it easier to complete because you have completed each step one by one.
4. Be Realistic
Do not set the target time is not unreasonable, given the extra time of the estimate of the expected time.
5. Pick Up a Good Habit
Create new habits that can make your time more valuable.
6. Big messes Start With Little Piles
Complete your work. Remove everything that is not needed anymore once you've used it before it fills the room.
7. Start Tomorrow Tonight!
Get used to prepare the things that will be done tomorrow on the night before, such as preparing clothes to wear tomorrow or put all the things that will be needed in place, as this will make our time more efficiently.