A way to be on time and ‘beat the system’ is to schedule online tasks, such as inbox cleaning, photo purging, facebookeeping, or bill paying immediately preceding the event at the event venue. This trick should always work since no one can ever catch up with e-media.
When you host a potluck party there really isn’t much room to be late, some of the guests will unavoidably be early. This is because you become the “receiving end” of everyone’s 15 minute buffer.
Today we arrived way too early to the ferry to Salt Spring Island because we were given an inflated target time.
Is it a good strategy?
Today is Apr. 29th and #wearewaytooearly.
Today we went through a lot effort to be on time for a movie at Seattle International Film Festival but what happened next felt like “betrayal”.
Today is May 22nd and #wearewaytooearly.
My target time to arrive at the hospital was 10 am and I am here 10 minutes early. I feel I could’ve spent more time at the charity breakfast for IDAHOT I was attending.
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Today is May 13 and #iamontime.
I was supposed to meet Charbel for our workout at 11 am. I arrived and was ready by 1059 am. Did I arrive #ontime, and at what expense?
Today Apr. 25th 2016 and #iamontimeish
We arrived to Whistler at 910 am (on time-ish) with no arrival target time thinking the ski slopes would open at 9 am. Upon arrival we discovered that the slopes open at 10 am. So did we arrive late, on time or early?
Today is Apr. 24th 2016 and we are #ontimebychance!
We arrived on time to pick up Andrea and they said: “Oh wow! You are so prompt, I like that.”
How do people, like us, with very poor time-management skills, make it on time? Check out the video.
Today is Apr. 24th 2016 and #weareontime.