How you end your day is just as important as how you start it. Most of us start our days with our coffee or green smoothie in-hand ready to take on what the day has to offer. We create to-do lists, and maybe even time block our days so that we can be at our most productive. However, by the end of the day, many of us are feeling tired and unfocused. The last thing we want to do is think about tomorrow—we haven’t even had time to process today, right?
Well, not so much. The end of the day is actually one of the best times to plan for tomorrow. Most of us spend our evenings thinking about what we’ll have to do the next day anyway, especially if it’s hectic; why not channel this energy into something more productive and write it all down? Think of it this way, planning for tomorrow means that you have one less thing to do tomorrow. Continue reading