How To Be More Efficient With Your Time: The Truth About Multitasking

Here is the truth, you are actually working harder, and likely slower when multitasking. Batching your weekly to do list is the best way to become more efficient because you stop wasting time switching gears every time you move to tasks that are completely different.

So here is what I do:

  1. I plan Instagram posts and captions on Sundays.

2. I do all my personal training client calls on Mondays.

3. I create TikToks and Reels on Tuesdays.

So, I try to categorize similar tasks to be done on specific days so I don’t waste time switching between writing, photo shoots, zoom calls, and school work. 

I am so much more efficient and productive this way and it’s easier to get into a groove when you are working on the same kind of tasks all at once. It can also allow you to be more organized instead of having random client calls throughout each day interrupting writing articles, or photoshoots.

Do you batch create/complete your weekly tasks? What does that look like for you? Let me know in the comments, I’m curious what works for other people.

One response to “How To Be More Efficient With Your Time: The Truth About Multitasking”

  1. What if I have to “be flexible” in my work? That is, I have to be available at all times for requests from my supervisor and colleagues. I can’t schedule “every day from 8 to 10 is my writing time” because I have to be flexible for attending to the needs of my coworkers–that is part of my job. Any advice? I get so discouraged about not being able to manage my time because, in reality, I am not in control of it. Thanks for a great topic!


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