Build A Patient Timeline Today

Today, avoid feeling rushed by developing patient timelines. Patient timelines are timelines where you build in a generous amount of time to get things done without feeling stressed, rushed or pressured. This is good for your health and overall well being.

Here’s  how to get started…

Think about tasks you need to get done today. It can be a task either at work, or at home. Then build in more than enough time to finish.

For example, if you think something will take you 3 hours to complete, add 4 extra hours. That way, if something unexpected deters you or slows you down (as it will in life), you don’t feel stressed about it. You will have planned extra time for yourself. Plus, whoever is depending on you to complete the task won’t feel let down.


Jessica E. Williams

Jessica is a fun-loving free spirit. She's a writer that covers all sorts of genres. In her spare time, she's enjoying her family and contemplating the deeper meaning of life.

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