- November 12, 2015
- by Jakub Szyszka
- 21 comments
Do you sometimes feel like 24 hours in a day is too little to get all things done? You wish for 1 extra hour to deal with unfinished tasks. But time can’t be expanded or bought. However, you have two options available. Finish the work on the other day or improve your time management skills to learn work smarter and faster.
To help you improve your time management skills, we prepared the list of 6 best time management blogs worth reading every day.
Here we go!
Great blog about time management and productivity written by Craig Jarrow. I read it regularly because of the great style of writing and really useful advices.
The blog is divided into 4 categories: Time Management, Goals/Motivations, Organization, iPhone & iPad. There is even this subpage Time Management Ninja Best of where you can find the most popular articles from Craig.
Most popular blog post:
10 Bad Habits You Need to Break to Be More Productive
Time management and productivity blog written by Annie Mueller. It is one of my favourites. I like simply layout which is easy to navigate. You will find there a tonne of articles connected to time management field – tips and tricks, guides (quick and pro) and even challenges!
If you are looking for a blog where you can find ideas and tips for getting things done and how to manage your time and life, you should definitely visit Brian Tracy’s Blog. Brian has a really great style of writing and his examples are well explained.
Time Management Chef is written by Tor Refsland. I discovered him lately and I’m visiting his blog regularly. What I like the most: really friendly and personal style of writing and SENSE OF HUMOR. There is a lot of tips, tricks and advices for newbies and more experienced.
Take a look at 80 Productivity Tips From Incredibly Busy Experts
Another well written blog with a huge collection of articles connected to time management and productivity field. It doesn’t matter if you are running a business or just want to improve time management skills for yourself. Annie writes about personal and business time management.
Which blog is your favourite? Don’t forget that we also like to write about time management and productivity! 🙂