Do you ever have an extra 10 minutes to spare before you need to leave the house and run errands or head to work? I have noticed lately that there are several times in the week where I have an extra 10 minutes. And, with several 10 minutes a week, eventually that makes a lot of minutes where a lot of stuff could have been accomplished.
What do you do with your extra 10 minutes? If I had to guess, you turn to your favorite social media to fill that time. I must admit, I am guilty of doing that myself. However, I am on a mission to change that. I want to be more intentional with my time. Want to join me and become more intentional as well?
- Clean a bathroom
- clean out all the stuff in your car that doesn't belong there
- match socks
- wash the dishes
- gather all the trash from all the different rooms
- schedule an appointment
- read something inspirational
- mail a written note to a distant friend/relative
- water the plants
- sweep the front porch
- do a quick pick up around the house
- make sure you have everything you need for dinner this week
- look up an upcoming DIY project making sure you have everything you need
- clean out microwave
- clean out junk drawer
- make a to do list
- clean out refrigerator
- reorganize freezer
- separate laundry
- make grocery list
- go through pile of papers
- pay a bill online
- wipe down doors
This list is full of things you can do in a ten minute period of time. If you are anything like me, then you know what I am talking about when I say, it would be such a great feeling to walk back into your house after a day of running errands/working with one less thing on your to-do list. So, instead of sitting and wasting those ten minutes while you are waiting to leave, why not pull out this list and see if you can accomplish any of these tasks.
I have made a free printable for this 10 Minute List so you are able to hang it on your fridge and utilize the ideas anytime you have time to spare. Click Here to grab your FREE printable.
Are you looking to make your time more intentional? Here is a great way to get started. Leave a comment below, telling me if you, too, want to be more intentional with your time. Then, be sure to grab the free printable.
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