Have you heard of ‘Timeboxing’?

I read an article that mentioned ‘Timeboxing’. This is when you plan every minute of your week. I genuinely don’t think I could account for the next 60 mins never mind a whole week. Has anyone attempted anything like this? Let me know via the comments button or @anunknowncomic Cheers.

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Alternatives to work.

The other day I looked up alternatives to working and apart from not spending money, the only things available to me are gambling & vlogging. I doubt either would work out well for me.
One would make me feel deeply unpopular & the other would likely see me without a roof over my head. With this in mind do you have any suggestions as to what I could do? Feel free to contact me via the comments button or @anunknowncomic Cheers

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Humming

A couple of weeks ago whilst listening to BBC 5Live I learnt that you can transform your life for the better by humming for 10 minutes when you first get up. I could by now be living in some kind of elevated existence but I’ve spurned this opportunity because the idea of humming each morning seems a bit weird. However that’s just me, is anyone an advocate of humming, or would you be prepared to do it and let me know how it enhances your life. Cheers. You can contact me via the comments button or @anunknowncomic

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The secret to free time.

I think the secret to how to spend your free time is to not do too much.

For example, last Tuesday I had a rare free day (I was off work and the boy was at nursery). I used this opportunity to align our patio door, clean an oven tray and record a #prongcast.

It’s not for me to say if I could have been any more productive but it was certainly a relaxing day (that might have had something to do with the pint and a half I also had).

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Taking January Off

For the last few years I’ve taken January off. No Dry January or Veganuary or any such thing for me. I don’t even bother with resolutions.

January is no time to try to create a new me, it’s wet, miserable, grey, I’ve over indulged at Christmas and the credit card is due to be paid.

I find this approach quite relaxing, there’s no sense that I have to achieve anything just because I have a new calendar.

The only downside is that before you know it (31 days) it’s February and the only exercise I’ve done is running for the train and I’ve still got my mum’s Christmas cake to eat.

Perhaps I should take February off as well.

@anunknowncomic

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