These tips can help you organize and revise your routines so you can make the most out of the new season.
Season change, life circumstances change, during these times of change is a great time to evaluate your routines.
A change in season is a great time to evaluate your routines. You can look ahead with the excitement of the new season to come and be intentional with what you want to spend your time on.
In this episode of the Frugal Family Home podcast, I’m sharing how to evaluate your routines or your schedule to make it work the best for the season you are in.
Little changes to how you are doing things and reevaluating your priorities can make a difference in how well your day flows and how much you can get done.
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5 Tips to Help You Revise Your Routines for Each New Season
1. Make a list of your priorities for this season.
Decide what’s most important to you to get done this season and add it to your list. It’s kinda like a seasonal bucket list for the next 3 months.
2. Look over the Seasonal Bucket List and prioritize your items.
Re-order your seasonal bucket list to move the most important items to the very top and then move the less important items to the bottom.
3. Make Time the Time
Make an appointment with yourself to get the most important items on your list done. Schedule it ahead so you’ll know you’ll have time for the things you really want to do.
4. Re-vamp your Plan for your Morning and Evening Routines.
When routines are in place, I get more done and more importantly I get the most important things done. But with each season the tasks that need to be done during my morning and evening routines can change. Take a look at your routines and revise them as needed.
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5. Keep Wiggle Room in Your Daily, Monthly, and Seasonal Routines
Having a plan is great but if it’s too rigid or full you’re less likely to stick to it or be able to stick to it. Make sure to include some wiggle room or margin time in each day’s plan for those times with a task runs over the time allowed.
Make sure to plan fun activities as well as things you need to get done on your bucket list for this season. Having a fun activity scheduled to look forward to can really help you stick to those mundane tasks that need to get done.
Grab the Seasons Bucket List Printable
I hope these tips help you to revise your routines for each new season. When you take the time to think about what’s important and make a plan to fit it into your day, week, month or season you’ll be able to get to the most important things in your life.
That’s what intentional living is all about, having time for the important things and not letting your days slip by.
What do you find helps you to be more intentional with our time as each season changes? I would love to have you share your thoughts in the comments below.