Time management refers to the efficient use of time. We all have the same twenty-four hrs every day at our disposal. If we use our time productively and effectively we can make the most of the time available to us, and succeed. We need to do this in a stress-free and relaxed manner so that it is our best that comes out. By overworking we stress ourselves, and that is neither judicious nor sustainable. We need to strike a balance between work and rest, and use our physical, mental and intellectual resources in the best way and wisely manage our time.
Long and Short Paragraphs on Time Management
You will find here below a number of short paragraphs on Time Management of varying word lengths.
We hope these paragraphs on Time Management will help students in completing their school assignments.
These will also help children write and read out paragraphs in simple words and with small sentences.
Students can select any Time Management paragraph according to their particular requirement.
Time Management Paragraph 1 (100 words)
We need to manage our time effectively. We do many different activities each day. Some of these are routine activities that we do every day. For instance, getting ready in the morning or going for a morning walk or jog are activities that we do each morning. Similarly, we go to school in the morning each working day at the same time, taking the school bus or going by walk. By managing our time effectively we can be punctual and do our activities without stress. For this we need to plan our day well and follow a practicable time table.
Time Management Paragraph 2 (150 words)
By time management we mean the proper managing of our day so that we can be successful in completing all the tasks and activities we need to do in the most efficient and best possible way. By drawing a practicable time table we can accommodate our activities for each day in a proper way so that each activity gets the duration of time it deserves.
If we waste time on useless activities we will have less time for useful and important activities because the time we have in a day is fixed. If we waste our time, we get stressed out doing the important and necessary activities for the day. We also need time to relax and sleep so that we may be refreshed and rejuvenated otherwise we will not be able to work at our optimal and most productive level. Therefore it is important to manage our time well.
Time Management Paragraph 3 (200 words)
We all have the same number of hours at our disposal each day. If we spend the twenty-fours that we have in a day in an efficient way we can be successful in completing the tasks and achieving our goals for the day. If we waste our time on vain activities we either get stressed out doing the tasks we need to do or fail to do what needs to be done. If we wish to succeed in achieving our short term and long term goals we need to manage our time effectively. It is best to draw a time table for ourselves. The time table must be practicable so that we can actually follow it.
Otherwise we will get disillusioned and stressed out by being unable to follow the time table. We must accommodate leisure activities as also rest and relaxation in our daily routine so that we feel refreshed to be able to work efficiently. We must also have an exercise regimen that can keep us physically fit and healthy. By maintaining a discipline and a schedule we can accomplish our activities and targets rather than by doing our tasks in a haphazard or in an erratic manner.
Time Management Paragraph 4 (250 words)
We do many different activities each day, and we need to do them on time. We have a fixed time to go to school each morning. We need to take the bus or go by bike or by foot and reach the school on time. If we are not punctual we lose out on completing all the activities we need to.
If we manage our time effectively we can accomplish all the activities and tasks we wish to. This requires drawing up a practicable time table. If we can stick to the time table we can then succeed in achieving our goals whether they are in the short term or long term. It is important that we draw up a time table that we can adopt practically. If it is impracticable we get disappointed and dejected and discard it completely. Therefore, a time table must be one that we can go by.
We also need to prioritize our activities. If we give attention to the most important tasks we can achieve our long term goals easily. On the other hand, if we spend time on unimportant tasks or on useless activities we reduce the productive time available for the important activities.
We also need to figure out the time of the day when we are most productive and complete important tasks at that time. For instance, the mind is the most refreshed after a good night’s sleep, and that is when we can devote our time to doing our studies.
Time Management Paragraph 5 (300 words)
Time management refers to the managing of our time effectively so that we may be able to complete all the tasks and activities that we need to. This requires proper apportioning of our time according to the particular activities. In other words, we need to prioritize our activities and tasks so we may be able to complete our important tasks, and not waste time on useless or unnecessary activities. So we need to draw up a time table.
We need to be practical while doing so. Otherwise we will draw up a time table that we will not be able to stick to, and as a consequence feel dejected and disappointed. If we are to feel confident and follow the time table it should be a clear and practicable one. Every effort that we make that helps us succeed in accomplishing our tasks successfully will give us the impetus to be more time-conscious and punctual. This requires a discipline that we must follow.
Time management, discipline and prioritization
Time management and discipline go hand in hand. If there is no discipline we cannot be punctual, and we cannot succeed in completing our tasks well. Time management requires prioritization of our activities, and discipline to follow a practical time table that we draw up for ourselves.
We can prioritize our activities best by setting our goals. Our goals are both in the short term and in the long term. We need to discover the best way in which we can reach these goals through a proper utilization of the resources we have of time and energy. Discipline requires that we do the tasks we need to do and not waste time and energy on useless and wasteful activities. At the same time, we must have sufficient time for sleep and relaxation, and leisure and fun activities.
Time Management Paragraph 6 (350 words)
When we manage our time effectively we can be productive and achieve our goals. Time management refers to the proper apportioning of our time for all the tasks and activities that we need to accomplish.
Time management can help us be punctual. Being on time is a very important quality that we must possess. When we are late we cannot make the most of the time available. We either cannot complete the task at hand or lag behind. It comes to us a demerit to be late. If we are late we also show ourselves in poor light. If we are late where it is a group that is involved, we lose out on the group activities and learnings. Being late also shows disrespect for our own as also the other person’s time.
Time management is necessary so that we can be in time for every activity. For instance, if we need to catch the school bus at a fixed hour every day we need to wake up on time and get ready so that we can be at the school bus stop at the right time. Similarly, since school begins each day at the same time every day we need to be at school at the right time. Therefore, we need to have the discipline of waking up at the right time each morning.
Time management through discipline of a time table
Time management therefore hinges on discipline. We need to make a time table for ourselves and follow it. The time table must hence be a practicable one. If we have the discipline to follow the time table, we can be on time for every activity and task.
Putting the time available to good use also requires seeing how best to do an activity in the most efficient way. We need to be creative, and see how we can spend our resources of time and energy in the most optimal way so that we are successful in achieving our goals within set time frames.
Time management requires giving due attention to the activities we need to complete. For this it is important to prioritize our activities.
Time Management Paragraph 7 (400 words)
We set many goals for ourselves to achieve. We set goals in the short term and in the long term. One of our goals in the short term is to go to school at the right time. For this we need to get up on time and get ready and leave home well in time so that we may reach school on time. If we fail to go to school on time we suffer. Likewise, we have goals in the long term such as a course we wish to do or a profession we want to follow. This requires hard and concerted work over a long time. This is therefore a long term goal.
Our goals determine the path we follow. And to attain our goals we need to use the resources we have optimally. We need to use our physical, mental, intellectual and emotional strength judiciously. Similarly, we must use our time well. If we waste our strength and our time on flippant and wasteful activities we accordingly get lesser of these resources to use on tasks that are of importance in realizing our goals.
Time management – wise and judicious use of time
Time management is all about the wise and judicious use of time, and apportioning the available time for the activities required to be done. If we manage our time well we can make the most of it. We need to therefore draw up a time table for ourselves according to our daily activities, and the goals we wish to achieve, whether it is in the short term or long term. The time table should be a practicable one so that we can actually follow it.
Being impractical in drawing up a time table will leave us disillusioned and disappointed as we would not be able to follow it. And the purpose may be defeated. While we need to work hard, we need to give sufficient time to rest and relaxation too as also to leisure and fun activities, for all work and no play makes us unproductive.
Discipline and focus improve productivity
Following a time table requires being disciplined and serious about our purpose. This requires clarity of mind and purpose, and an ability to focus our mind on the activity at hand. For this we need to develop our mind’s strength by paying attention to the task at hand at any point in time. Practices such as meditation can help in this so that we become more productive.