Is Time Constricting You? Learn how to Manage

Is Time Constricting You? Learn how to Manage

Is Time Constricting You? Learn how to Manage

It is said that when you love to do an activity, one of your favorites, you don’t know how the time passes. Many times with such activities people feel the shortage of time. Yes, it all depends on your mindset and the pleasure you derive from such activities that may make you feel that time is a constraint.

The simple theory here applies about human preference to a particular activity that if one loves it, then one does not prefer to restrict the activity to the pins of the clock as opposed to this are the activities, which are more a compulsion, here time seems to drag.

The Preference of an Activity

the preference of an activity

There are a number of activities where one may feel that time is constricting. A student may feel it when the date of the exam is declared and he has to complete his syllabus. A sculpture may feel it when the artifact is yet to finish, but the date of its display is close. A dancer who just needs to hit the stage may feel it when she has to go on stage to perform and she is struggling with her attire.

A mother may feel it when the baby is about to wake up and the household tasks are yet to be finished. There can be a thousand examples of this process. However, it is needless to mention that the time remains same but it is an anxiety as well as the speed of work that makes one feel the constriction of time.

Don’t Restrict Yourself

dont restrict yourself

Many times people feel constricted just because they are already engaged in an activity but they are not really concentrating on the task at hand. So they cannot manage the time, and thus they feel the time constraint. Altering your habits slightly can help you manage time better. There are a number of things where you really don’t need to bind yourself to the pins of a watch.

If you love the activity and there is no hurry or emergency for other things, you can carry on with the preferred activity. As an illustration, many people keep their morning walk restricted to 30 minutes. Now if there is no other urgency or if you have leisure time, then why restrict this activity to 30 minutes. It can be less or more than 30 minutes also.

Those who really want to do something will find the time for it. Everyone has got 24 hours in a day, but it all depends on one’s preference and priority to find the time for necessary activities. Though it is neither possible nor feasible to disregard time, but when it comes to the activity preference one can always manage time.