Things …

… that I can change. These impulses for self-management may be helpful:

  • Give structure to the following day. Structures provide security and thus lead to a reduction in stress.
  • Don’t plan too full. Do not plan more than 60% of your working time.
  • Schedule breaks. Plan enough breaks and take them with a clear conscience. Only when you take care of yourself can you take care of others.
  • Set priorities. Priorities should be set when planning your day.
  • Set highlights. Give the day a highlight that you look forward to.
  • Keep an open mind to enjoyable things. One should be receptive to random beauties of the day.
  • Deliberate start to the day. A hectic start to the day, usually drags a hectic day behind it.
  • Pause and see successes. One should take the time and look at what has been accomplished and not only at the unfinished things.

What helps you to structure your day?

Nightsky Stars Trees
It is not always a matter of course to be able to experience such a beautiful and clear starry sky in a city flooded with light.

First things …

… first. Set priorities. Who does not know this recommendation? A full schedule and several tasks to be done: in studies, at work, in private life, where do you start? Where do you stop? Too few hours in the day.
The Eisenhower Square helps to find the way to set priorities. The trick: The tasks are divided into the categories of importance and urgency.

Bed Clothes Cereal Bar Medication Hike Toiletries
Priorities must also be set for the multi-day hut tour. What is necessary and what is superfluous. Every kilo less relieves one during the hike.