Calendar

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11 Signs You're Not Managing Your Calendar Effectively

Time to admit there's a better way to stay on top of your appointments.

The Benefits of Blocked Times on Your Calendar for Priority Tasks

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11 Time Management Mistakes You Are Probably Making

Staying busy without getting results is worse than just being lazy.

To-Do Lists vs Calendars: It's Okay to Have Both

To-do lists are tactical, calendars are strategic.

Don't Get Duped by This Sneaky Google Calendar Spam

Despite what that Google Calendar invite says, you probably didn't win a bunch of money.

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Using a calendar is an organizational method to manage and optimize time at work and at home. Digital time-management tools, such as Google Calendar and the scheduling tool doodle, can be useful. So can time management behavioral tips, such as setting aside specific days for meetings outside the office and checking emails at set times each day.