Mental Health & Time Management


“To conquer frustration, one must remain intensely focused on the outcome, not the obstacles.” – T.F. Hodge

Life Hack.org

I came upon the above quote and it struck me quite intensely. 

I have learned a few things about mental health and time management.

  1. Never go shopping when tired: a panic attack just waiting to happen
  2. For appointments try to get the first one in the morning: the rest of the day I can rest if need be
  3. I try to get at least eight hours of sleep a night: if I don’t I find that I am jittery all day with problems focusing
  4. Eat at regular schedule time.
  5. Car rides: when I am tired major panic attack, always grabbing for the dash board
  • Now I know that most people work, so, the way they would manage time would look quite different than myself.
  • Most have families they are raising which demands time.
  • Others are students in college and university.

So, with proper time management I can avoid frustrations and have a more peaceful day!

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  1. Angie

    Proper time management can most definitely help the anxiety and depression. Though we all have different circumstances in our lives and varying schedules, I think the most important one that we all share would be getting enough sleep. Thanks for sharing your tips! -Ang

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