Multitasking and success tend to go hand in hand in today’s society. The average person has more tasks planned for one day than there is daylight. Most of the time, having too much to get done is a catastrophic situation not only for the individual, but for all of their surroundings as well. A person overfilling their plate with extreme levels of tasks and responsibilities will put themselves and everyone around them in unhealthy situations in nutrition, time management, and ultimately, their social life.
In order for a person to live a healthy easy going life, they have to work from the inside out. Meaning, they must assure themselves of maintaining a healthy diet that can adapt to their lives. However, when an individual finds themselves in a schedule with very little free time, nutrition is the very first priority that is wiped off the slate. Although subconsciously people are completely aware of all the empty calories and sugars they are ingesting, junk food is always more convenient to obtain than a complete meal. It is much easier to fit a quick stop at McDonalds than to make room and make a sandwich or soup for lunch. With out managing a schedule, the population will continue to make junk food a habit that will negatively affect their health.
When it comes to planning out a schedule, most individuals seem to have it all figured out. However, once they’ve completed their planning, they find themselves with not having any leisure time for themselves. This is due to the mentality of a person of wanting to conquer the world in one afternoon. Based on the “60 minute Rule”, a person should work a total of sixty hours a week made up of school, work, or any related errands. (Landis 26) The average individual, however, breaks this rule and makes their daily responsibilities interfere with the personal time. This causes them to let go of their health and many times ignore all of their surroundings.
A person must live a well rounded life in order to be...