Reclaim your weekends

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Despite the global quest for work-life balance, many people still regularly work over the weekend and don't use all of their vacation days. So if you dream about a 25th hour in the day to be fully productive and dedicate some time for yourself, we've got something for you! Since having an extra hour in the day is still impossible, we decided to give you some tips on how to work on things smarter. Here's a neat presentation with tips for saving heaps of time for leisure! www.wrike.com/

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  • Duh, I am sorry, but I have to play the heretic role here... Honestly, it looks like a bunch of trivialities... Not worth the bits it consumes.
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  • Very useful infographics and sheer genius tips!
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  • Great Article BUT... I tend to do opposite on 1st one. I deal with the BIGGEST task first - it makes all the little ones FLY BY without the 'pending' big one that you HAVE to do.

    My task list at work always focuses on tackling the hardest most difficult time-consuming task.

    If you focus on the small ones and get them out of the way first, you might not get to the big one - then you have that looming on Monday.That makes your weekends less relaxed as you have something big waiting for you on money.
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  • Nice article....its high time that people start realizing the importance of work-life balance....we earn a living and don't live to work only !!!
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