With proper time-management skills, you will realize that the time available to you is more than enough to complete all your tasks.
Be mindful of how much time you have and what you need to do in that time.
Write down your appointments and be early to them, set alarms to tell you when you need to start getting ready, write reminders on the back of your hands, etc.
Identify your favorite distractions and fight them.
For example, if you tend to eat instead of doing work, make the kitchen off-limits until you’re done with your task.
Break big tasks down into smaller ones.
Write down a big task that you have to complete, for example, cleaning the house. Then, write down all the smaller tasks you need to do to complete that big task, such as cleaning the living room, cleaning the kitchen, cleaning the bedroom, etc. Check each small task off as you complete it.
Delegate some tasks to others.
Identify the tasks you don’t like doing and delegate them to others. This frees up your time and allows you to spend more time doing things you enjoy doing.