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procedureThe best time saving advice I can think of is to create small systems for all of the mundane things you have to do.

These systems should suit your personality. For example, if you are a person who is easily distracted by clutter (who isn’t) and the most important thing for you to do to stay away from stress is to clear the clutter, then make a list of clutter rules for yourself. They can be prioritized so you can make a snap decision on the go!

A First Priority might be dirty dish clutter, because of the leftover food, whereas laundry in someone’s bedroom might be a Third Priority. If you only have ten minutes you have the decision made for you; all of the First Priority stuff goes ahead of anything else.

This kind of thinking will help you use your time wisely and lower your stress level by taking the decision making part and making it simple. Don’t worry, it will all get done when the time is right. The point is to be able to walk by, make a split decision and do the work so that you can move on to some that you really like to do.

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