I knoooow. It’s a book for kids. But it is aweeeeesome. This is my first ever time management book, and ever since then I have always been obsessed about setting goals and working efficiently. How about you? Do you like reading time management books? What was your first one? Let me know through the comments section!
More Habits and Routines:
- My Super Early Morning Routine
- No Screens After 8PM
- Scheduling Secrets: Time-framed To-Do Lists
- The Time Management Matrix that Saved Me from 16-Hour Work Days
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