We womenfolk are incredible. We somehow pull off having a ruthless career or getting an education alongside balancing the many responsibilities that come along with being a woman including motherhood. We are venturing into areas that were once considered impossible. While we’re sure you’re already doing a great job, being busy doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Here is a list of time-saving tips that are bound to come in handy.
Girl, You Better Be Eating Healthy
Girl, you better eating healthy if you plan on taking over the world. Apps Shmaps, you need to write it down. Buy a small notebook and plan dinner and lunch an entire week ahead. Make sure you’re meals include vegetables, fruits, low-fat dairy, lean protein and wholesome whole grains.
Powder to the Rescue
Had a late night and now you’re late for work? Don’t worry about washing your hair. Instead quickly dab some talcum powder that will dry out the oil, giving your hair a rather professional finish. Please note: This is addictive– make sure to actually wash your hair when you have time.
Boiled Eggs on the Go
This may sound obscure but hard boiled eggs prove to be a simple yet nutritious snack and enjoy a long shelf life, provided you don’t crack it until you’re ready to enjoy. Another reason to carry a hard boiled egg around? One boiled egg provides 14 percent of a woman’s daily protein requirement.
You Have Got to Prioritize
Maintaining lists is a habit that will revolutionize your life. Quickly jot down tasks as they come. Use a symbol to distinguish between high priority errands which need immediate attentions from those which can wait. Make it a point to follow up on your list before you sleep.
You should stock up on lots of clean underwear. If you have a washing machine, you may be tempted to do your laundry once a week. However, some people find that they have more clothing options when they wash a few items every day. If you’re at a real shortage for time, try to air-dry your clothes instead of washing. It will keep them fresh.
High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)
If you’re short for time, you should start High Intensity Interval Training which involves short bouts of intense anaerobic periods and slower recovery periods for a shorter, more efficient workout.