Android has helped me a lot in maintaining my schedule.
It wakes me up at any time whenever I set they alarm, or any other person wants me to wakeup.
I have talking caller id which saves my time (otherwise wasted in reading the caller's name.
I have ' phone autopick up on speaker mode' app which saves my time(otherwise wasted in touching the tab and taking the phone near ear) ,helps me while driving eating bathing, working I switch off the app before I go to sleep.
Video conferencing helps me save time.
Whenever I have to take parcel from eatery, hotel , I call them 20 mins before and place the order.When I reach near the place ,I call them again and ask them to send it outwith the required change amount. I also take packaged water bottle from same hotel, as it is not always possible to carry bottles from home due to time restrain.
If the schedule is too tight, I prefer to eat inside the car , otherwise at home if time permits we use utensils.
I prefer to give my car for a wash early in the morning , I call the wash guy to reach there 2 mins before I reach, there is no custemer waiting at 7:45 am , so no time is wasted.
I will post remaning things ASAP.
2:10: Wake up, take a bath and get ready.
2:40: Take light breakfast and load the bags etc in car.
2:50: Leave home, pick up friend and leave for 500+ kms long drive.
10:40: Drive over, relax for 20 minutes and 1 hour for work(I am already running ahead of planned time).
11:40: TAI time for an hour.
3:00: Again free...
5:00: Studying time..can't say how long, until 3 units are covered.
My normal schedule for a weekday :
615 a.m : Wake up
630 a.m : Have breakfast and go for bath
715 a.m : Leave for Work
800 a.m : Reach office and assign work to my team
11 a.m : First break for the day
1115 a.m : Back to work
2 p.m : Lunch
230 p.m : Back to work
6 p.m : Final break for the day
615 p.m : Back to work
830 p.m : Leave for home
10 p.m : Reach home and have dinner
11 p.m : Check mails/TAI/Time pass on Net
1 a.m : Sleep
For a weekday:
7AM: Wake up, bath, breakfast, dressup
2:30PM: Walk to home
3PM: Back at home, lunch.
5PM: Start looking for pens, books for tuition.
5:30PM: Walk to tuitions
7:30PM: Walk to home
That actually leaves me with free time if I have no homework.. But if I have to submit a project the next day, I'm busiest than most.
Again, work starts..
8-10 days of free time over with Diwali.
Now coming up are the hardest days, semester exams on head..even before are sessional exams starting in 4 days. Adding more to it is slight work assigned for these days. Overall, WOW..great time ahead, right time to test time management skill..