Inspiring To Read, Miscelleneous

Helpful Tips for Multi-Tasking

These days people juggle between several tasks. Mothers are multi-tasking between housework, taking care of their children and husband, and also building their careers. Students juggle between their studies and part-time jobs. But all these require a lot of patience and determination.

I multi-task between a lot of different kinds of work and I often get asked how I do it. Some people even assume that I have a lot of free time on my hands and this is why I regularly give time to my blog, do freelance work and volunteer to write for various websites. But the truth is I am doing all these not because I have spare time but rather I am doing them out of choice. I blog and write because it is my passion. I do freelance work because I need to earn money to have that feeling of independence. I don’t usually have a lot of free time and sometimes I am under a lot of stress. In addition to that, there are days when I am not able to be productive because I am also a human and I have my own moments of procrastination when I do not want to do anything but waste time doing nothing.

I am going to share a few tips in this blog post to help those who are struggling with multi-tasking. I hope that it helps you and will be looking forward to your feedback as well.


  • Schedule Schedule Schedule

Scheduling your tasks play a vital role when it comes to multi-tasking. Scheduling can be done in any way that is convenient for you. You may make a weekly timetable to strictly follow your routine. Or set your routine at the beginning of every week so you know what you need to get done with in the coming week. Moreover, you can also set your next day’s goals one night before so you know what exactly you have to do the next day.

Read my article: 5 Ways To Keep To Your Goals

  • Keep a planner diary

To some people it may sound something like an extra stuff but comes handy when you need to set goals for yourself. A planner diary doesn’t have to be a very fancy one but any diary that will be enough for you to set each day or week’s goals.

Read my article: How to Use a Planner Diary?

  • Mental planning

Mentally prepare yourself for the next day’s tasks so when you wake up in the morning you will know exactly how to go about your day.

  • Take proper diet

If you want to be active all day then you ought to take a proper diet. Start with a healthy breakfast and keep yourself energized by eating small portions of healthy snacks in between tasks.

Read my article: A Skipped Breakfast is a Lost Blessing and Benefits of Mindful Eating

  • Don’t forget to rest

In order to be able to perform your work with complete devotion you need to have enough energy which you can only gain while sleeping or taking rest. So don’t stay up late every night and a little rest in the afternoon is ideally recommended.

Read my article: How to De-stress Yourself?

I hope these tips will help you attain your goals. Will appreciate receiving your comments on my blog and Facebook page.


8 thoughts on “Helpful Tips for Multi-Tasking”

  1. As a phd student, wife, daughter and blogger I can’t tell you how challenging it can get to get organized! For me, good eating and sleep have been incredibly important. Self-care is so important when you are juggling so many balls. JazaakAllahu khair for the tips!

  2. Great tips shared Ayesha, I personally feel that a woman cant multi task if she isn’t organized and lack sound planning. Will definitely try out these tips inshaallah.

      1. In our part of the world i-e Pakistan. Men still get plenty of chances to rest, even if they aint very organized, where as women with their multiple responsiblities need to be super organized or they end up getting frustrated, that’s why i specifically mentioned ‘Women’, but yes your right everyone needs to be organized whether multi-tasking or not 🙂

Appreciations for leaving your comments

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s