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Helpful Hints for Seniors Who Work
Driving to work each morning I see a multitude of seniors waiting to tee off one of the many golf courses in my community. There are also many people walking and biking.
Listed below are some simple ways to lessen the burden of a hectic work week with a huge payoff of free time.
It's best to plan simple, balanced, nutritious meals that take a minimal amount of preparation and clean up unless cooking is your passion.
Decide the night before what you are wearing the next day to prevent closet freeze in the morning and always have an alternative in mind. This means that wash and ironing (if you still iron) should be done every week.
Don't procrastinate doing necessary errands. You'll be happy they're done on your days off. Delegate some errands to your significant other. If you don't have a significant other, then do two or three important errands during the week.
Stick to a routine for personal care so whatever needs to be done becomes a habit and not a dreaded chore.
Find the resolve to accept difficult days. No one can work full-time and do everything that could be done. Remember, time to relax is essential to your health and well-being.
Use your lunchtime to take a long walk for exercise which gives you sunlight, fresh air and Vitamin D or a few bills can be paid and phone calls made to set up appointments.
Maintain your home in a round robin. Not everything needs to be done every week. This will free up lots of time. Do some things every other week. Shopping can be done at one store that has everything you need once a week. Use up the last bit of items if you need to put off going to the store until your once a week trip. Make your housecleaning as simple as possible. We bought two light weight tables to use as a coffee table so I could move them easily to vacuum and not hurt my back. A lightweight cordless vacuum comes in handy to get under furniture to eliminate moving heavy pieces.
Take a day or two off entirely one weekend to prove to yourself the world won't end if your list isn't completed. Outside interests are something we all look forward to having time for.
Your work week can give you the rewards of more free time and less worry by being disciplined, organized and forward thinking on a daily basis. There are always going to be extra hurdles and challenges in a day but wouldn't it be nice if 60-70% of the week went smoothly and allowed more free time, especially on your days off?