We Break for Fall: How Do You Save Time?


We Break for Fall: How Do You Save Time?

791-pocket-watch-vintageWe break for fall starts today!

Our week of special events hopes to help you find a new perspective or a better way. Every day for the next week, we’ll pose a question on Caregiving.com. We’ll choose a daily winner from those who post an answer to receive a #coffewithacaregiver mug filled with goodies. For a chance to win, just post your answer each day in our comments section.

Today, our question is: How do you save time?

We gained an hour last night. Which makes me wonder: How do you save time? What tips do you have for other family caregivers to help them save time? You may have a time-saving technique you use during personal care. Or, perhaps you have a way to shop for groceries that takes merely minutes. Or, maybe, you know you know how to prioritize your day so that you feel like you gain time, rather than losing.

Share your time-saving tips in our comments section, below, for a chance to win a goody-filled #coffeewithacaregiver mug.

I look forward to reading your comments!

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I save time by writing a list of daily tasks to do to help me focus as well as reminder notes. Lists help me stay on track to save time at the store and at doctor visits, which is a saving grace. The one thing that really saves time is scheduling doctor appointments on the same day. The majority of my mom's doctors and mine are in the same building. It saves a lot of time and energy going one day rather than three times a week.