What would you do with an extra day in your week, extra weeks in your year? I know how I would use that time, doing the things I love doing!
Those extra minutes and hours add up quickly when you know the right time-saving tips and tools. Before you know it, those extra hours will easily add up to days and even weeks of extra time in your life.
Just think what that would do for the quality of your life!
I’d be doing you a disservice if I didn’t bring this amazing resource to your attention.
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This list gives you just a bit of an idea of a few of the tips:
This tip will stop other people from stealing your time (No. 5)
How to get more done by doing less (No. 10)
This little tip will give you hours of extra time (No. 15)
Make reading time more efficient (No. 23)
The secret to making the toughest chores a breeze (No. 32)
A power tip for keeping your papers organized (No. 45)
Clutter is a time killer too, but not any more with these simple tips (No. 50-53)
This one time-saver could save you up to an hour a day (No. 58)
Discover the biggest time saving system ever (No. 68)
A quick and easy grooming tip that can save you hours (No. 69)
Meal planning tips that save you time (No. 71, 72, 91, 93)
The free tool that performs like your personal secretary (No. 86)
You can significantly reduce your ironing time with this great tip (No. 94)
Watch your favorite TV shows in 25% less time (No. 100)
The best gardeners use this gardening time-saver (No. 125)
Since discovering this fantastic holiday gift buying tool our family and friends have saved a ton of time and frustration (No. 130)
Here’s a simple calendar tip that will save you a lot of time (No. 136)
The incredible free tool that helps you remember everything (No. 137)
Travel tips that save a ton of time (No. 140, 141, 242, 269 and more)
Powerful time-saving reading tips (No. 142)
End this shopping frustration and time waster (No. 143)
Save time and help your child learn more with this tip (No. 153)
Stop doing this one thing and you will save an extra 20-30 minutes a day (No. 158)
The greatest movie invention since ‘sound and color’ also saves you time (No. 167)
Here’s a quick and easy speed tip you’ll use every time you sit down at your computer (No. 177)
Use this simple trick and you’ll save yourself and others tons of time (No. 179)
Get it done without doing it. Here’s the secret (No. 181)
Cut hours off of shopping with this easy tip (No. 186)
Laundry tips that cut the work (No. 205)
The greatest time-saving tip ever (No. 209)
The one time-saving tool no home should be without (No. 215)
The truth about multi-tasking (No. 221, 222)
Your favorite tunes can save you time with this fun tip (No. 251)
Cell phone tips that save you time (No. 256)
How to eliminate one of the biggest time wasters; ‘reinventing the wheel’ (No. 273)
Getting through airport security checkpoints fast and easy (No. 285)
Easy tips that cut down on kitchen time (No. 313, 317, 318 and more)
Get important things done with the “Big Rocks” concept (No. 343)
How to save ‘big’ time; this tip will do it (No. 353)
This little magic tool makes cleaning a breeze (No. 380)
Time saving tips at the grocery store (No. 408, 409)
Get your kids to stop what they’re doing and leave on time with the 10-5-1 system (No. 436)
Want to teach your child to ride a bike in record time? This amazing tool will do it (No. 456)
The best tip of all to give you time for the things you love (No. 488)
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