Plan Your Day

Why we need to rethink multitasking

In 2006 the word Pizzled entered the lexicon; a combination of puzzled and pissed, it captured the feeling people had when the person they were with whipped out a Blackberry and started talking to someone else. Back then people felt hurt and indignant in such moments. Today it’s the norm. A multitasking life philosophy might not be the best approach and here’s why.

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How to set intentions for your day

Caroline Webb in her book How To Have A Good Day recommends asking yourself intention setting questions. Here in the Necessities team, we’ve found this approach to be super effective in helping us set clear intentions.
Here is her four step process. Pull out your wellness journal and give it a try.

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Tomato-sized Goals

Pomodoro as a time management technique. It was created in the 1980s by Francesco Cirillo. This technique is based on a principle that human beings can focus only for a certain period of time. This focus period varies from person to person. The Pomodoro technique assumes that we are able to focus for a maximum of 25 minutes. Learn how you can use this technique to boost productivity.

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Quote of the day….

When writing the story of your life, don't let anyone else hold the pen.

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