Invest in “System-Creating” Time
It’s well-established in happiness psychology research that making small improvements to your life pays out exponentially in happiness. For example, putting a key hook by the door so that you don’t spend five minutes every morning hunting for your keys. Or rearranging your closet so you can actually see everything, and not spend 20 minutes each morning figuring out what to wear. Or coming up with a better filing system for your digital photos, or your expenses, so your personal admin time can be cut in half. Investing some up-front time in creating better, more organized systems will reap you lots of time in the long run.