When it comes to how a person should go about spending his or her time, no other person can come up with a specific budget for that person. People are so different from one another that an attempt would be foolish under normal circumstances. People have different tastes from one another and different interests. They have different preferences in what they believe is effective when it comes to ways in which they should spend their time.
But, if a person chooses to, they can prepare a budget for their own time by examining their own use of time. There are many details that may be considered when creating a budget for yourself.
A person needs plenty of sleep. Sleep is vital to our health and our well being. This should be considered when creating a budget for your time. Include within your budget enough time to get your important work completed and also include enough time for you to be transported from one place to another if you will need to go somewhere. Make sure you include a sufficient amount of time for you to take care of your body with things such as hygiene and exercise. You will want to add social activities to your budget, including things such as going out with friends. Also include a sufficient amount of time to complete activities that allow for self improvement. An example of one of these activities that allow for self improvement is reading a book. Include within your budget time set aside for doing chores around the house. Include anything else that you will want to be doing or you are required to do with your time.
Creating a budget, or a list of daily activities, will create balance in your life. Creating a balance within your life by creating a daily schedule or a budget will help to insure that important tasks are completed, while still having time set aside for fun and social activities. It is not good for our mental well being if we spend all of our time working and do not allow any time for enjoyable activities. Likewise, it is not good for the success or productiveness of our lives to spend so much of our time doing things we simply want to do and then leaving out a lot of the things that we are required to do, like school work, cleaning our rooms, doing the dishes, or cleaning out the kitty litter.