Many of us are looking for ways to save time, not in order to do more, but in order to have more time to do the things we care about most. Maybe you are looking for ways to spend more time with your children, or your doctor has recommended a slower paced, less stressful life for your health. In this case, perhaps what you need isn’t just another clever time saving trick; what you need is a lifestyle change.
No matter what you do, planning ahead will save you time. This is especially true when it comes to grocery shopping and cooking for your family. Planning ahead means that you don't have to waste time trying to think of what you will cook tonight. It also avoids the annoying situation where you decide to cook something but then realise that you're missing an important ingredient and have to make a last minute dash to the grocery store. I've done that before.
Cooking meals at home are healthier and cost less than eating at restaurants or getting takeout, but can you actually save time by cooking at home? Here are our top 9 tools that will save you time in the kitchen.
Why do parents try to ‘do it all’? I have never understood parents who do all the work around the house while the kids do close to nothing. Two problems with this – (i) the kids are being taught to be lazy, self-centered, and increases their dependency; and (ii) the already time-starved parents end up doing all the work. When you invest time teaching kids to share the load at home, you will save a lot of time.
<p>Since the Dad (me) didn't get much of a mention in the <u><a href="http://www.cravetime.com/save-time/household/time-management-newborn-twi... article about time management with twins</a></u>, I've decided to respond myself [smile].</p>