My Top 3 Tips to Multitasking Like A Boss


Listen here, one thing I know how to do is multitask.

Except when I'm at the supermarket.

Other than that, I can slay multiple tasks at one time on the regular. I've been asked plenty of times about how I'm able to get so many things done at a time so I'm going to share my top three with you. In no particular order.

1. I batch my tasks.
When I have tasks that are similar in process, I try to do them all while I'm already functioning in that particular capacity. For example, if I'm already responding to emails, I'll go ahead and check all of my email accounts and respond all at one time. It helps me to perform tasks that are alike, all at the same time.

2. I try to pair things that I have to do with things that I love or enjoy doing.
I don't particularly love doing my monthly budget because I'd rather be doing something creative. But lo and behold, I'm an adult. So I pair that task with listening to music. If I'm being super-duper crazy productive, I'll listen to music that I'm supposed to learn for an event.

3. I automate as many tasks as possible.
Two words. Amazon Prime. No, this isn't sponsored, although, with the amount of money and time I spend with Amazon Prime, they should be paying me, haha. But really. I order as many things as I can so that I don't have to take time, energy, and gas to go to the store. The only thing I don't currently have the ability to order is produce. Other than that, I order as many of the things as I possibly can. I've even outsourced my meal planning to a service that will do it for me. I don't have more information on the service I'm using because I don't want to review something that I haven't used extensively.

There are a few other things that help me to maximize my time since I have just short of a bajillion things happening at a time. I hope you have your most productive times ahead of you.

Seize the day!


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