16 Easy Ways To Make Time Go By Faster (At Work Or Anytime) (2022)

16 Easy Ways To Make Time Go By Faster (At Work Or Anytime) (1)

Sometimes, time seems to drag on and on.

Maybe it’s a rough day at work that just won’t end.

Perhaps it’s waiting to hear back about a job interview or some eventful news that is supposed to be coming.

Sometimes, you just want to make your time pass faster so you can get to where you need to be going!

How do you make the time pass faster… psychologically speaking?

1. Stop looking at the clock and counting the minutes.

The most effective way to make time pass faster is to stop monitoring the clock altogether and focus on something else entirely.

That may be diving into your work without distraction, losing yourself in entertainment for a while, or just grinding through whatever is in front of you.

If you don’t have something to do, look for something!

Ask the people (or your boss) if there is anything else you can do or help out with.

Work on a side project if there isn’t anything imperative in front of you.

Develop a new skill or pick up a hobby that will give you something to focus your time and energy on.

Whatever it takes, the most important thing is to stop paying attention to the clock. The more you look at it, the longer it’s going to feel like it’s dragging on.

Just do something – anything other than spending your time looking at the clock!

2. Separate your time into blocks.

A day can drag, an hour can drag, even a minute can seem to go on and on.

But if you create short blocks of time to focus on, it can help speed up the passing of the whole period.

Split your time up into five or ten minute blocks. Then spend alternate blocks either engrossing yourself fully in the task at hand or working at a more leisurely pace.

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When fully focused on something, time tends to go by quickly.

But it’s difficult to maintain concentration for long periods, particularly if the task you’re doing isn’t that interesting or difficult.

But by giving yourself an in-between stage where you can let your focus drift a bit, you allow your ability to concentrate to “recharge” ready to go again.

You essentially dip in and out of a flow state where you get lost in the present moment.

3. Break up your duties.

The monotony of work that we must repeat can feel overwhelming.

Building on the previous point, breaking up that work with other activities can offer something to look forward to.

Physical activity, exercise, and going outdoors are all good ways to help find some rejuvenation while you’re pushing through some tedious work.

The activity doesn’t need to be long or strenuous.

Even a five minute office workout or a breath of fresh air can help rejuvenate you by getting the blood flowing, more oxygen to the brain, and a brief rush of endorphins.

This is particularly helpful for people who have a sedentary job or lifestyle.

It’s well known that a lack of activity can fuel depression and lethargy which make it much harder to work your way through the slow times.

4. Immerse yourself in a good book.

When was the last time you sat down with a good book and lost yourself in the author’s words?

The art of reading books has been on the decline since the advent of television and is only getting worse in the digital age.

The attention that people used to give to reading is now fragmented even more with streaming, digital writing, digital art, and instant access videos.

Putting away your electronics and devoting your time and attention to a good book provides other benefits beyond just passing the time quickly…

…reading helps with memory and concentration, helps you flex the parts of your brain that facilitate learning and comprehension, expands your vocabulary, and provides stress relief.

5. Develop a To Do list for your processes and goals.

Time can drag on when it doesn’t feel like we are making reasonable progress toward the goals that we set for ourselves.

A To Do list or general plan to get through your jobs for the day can give you the small burst of satisfaction that comes from ticking an accomplished goal off of your list.

And rather than spending your time trying to figure out what to do next, you can jump straight into your next goal and keep grinding away.

A thought out plan of action provides structure that can help you more easily navigate your day and lets you track your progress.

You will also start to get a feel for how long certain activities take when you are keeping track, which helps in future projections and managing your time wisely, including using your time efficiently.

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6. Listen to music, videos, or podcasts while you work.

Audio can help the time pass quicker when you’re engaged in work that doesn’t require a lot of attention or mental energy.

Cleaning and chores are much less tedious when they are paired with some upbeat, energetic music.

Instrumental music can also help you focus and concentrate by eliminating outside audible distractions when you are engaged in more focused work, like studying or homework.

Audio books and podcasts are a great way to pass the time, learn, or entertain yourself while commuting or doing repetitive, mindless work.

The distraction lets you sink yourself into the audio while you zone out and get into the flow of whatever task is in front of you which makes the job easier and the time pass faster.

7. Tackle the undesirable duties that you’ve been putting off.

There are so many duties that are just tedious and annoying in our personal and professional lives.

So many things that we just don’t want to make the time for or do.

Knocking those undesirable duties out is a good way to pass the time while making progress in your life.

Not many people generally want to deep clean their home or re-file all of that paperwork that got misplaced, but it should be done one way or another.

Tackle those duties! Dive right in and look for a fast, efficient way to get through them so you can move on to other things.

The best part of getting undesirable duties out of the way is that you no longer have the additional stress and anxiety of needing to do them hanging over your head.

You can heave a sigh of relief that they are already done and move on to more interesting things.

8. Look for fun wherever you can find it.

Time flies when you’re having fun!

It’s an old saying that reflects the perception that time moves quicker when we are taking part in fun activities.

Of course, a lot of activities that you need to do won’t necessarily be fun. But, if you can find a way to create some fun for yourself in the moment, it will help speed up the passage of time.

That could be something simple like racing yourself to finish work duties in a more efficient way than you did before.

Socialization can add an element of fun to otherwise unfun activities.

Even if you don’t necessarily know or like the people around you, some degree of polite socialization and interaction can help the minutes tick by that little bit faster.

Plus, it’s never a bad idea to foster positive relationships with the people you’re going to spend a great deal of time around. It helps everything run in a smoother way.

9. Challenge your mind with mental activities.

Sometimes you just don’t have the option to read a book, listen to music, go outdoors, or do much at all other than sit/stand idly.

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There are many truly tedious jobs, vital though they might be. Perhaps you are a security guard in a convenience store. Or maybe you sit in a toll booth all day.

While you have to retain some level of concentration, much of the time you are either doing nothing at all or tasks that you can do on autopilot.

So give your mind something to do. Take a moderately long word (like ‘moderately’) and try to spell it backwards (it’s surprisingly difficult).

Or play the A to Z game in your head where you give yourself a topic – such as boys names – and you have to come up with an answer for each letter of the alphabet.

Or multiply 23 by 42 (or other random numbers).

Or list the names of past and present players in your favorite sports team or all the movies that a certain actor has appeared in.

There are endless ways to occupy an otherwise empty mind, even if just to kill five minutes here and there.

10. Learn something.

Learning something new engages your brain in a way that few others things can match. And the beauty of learning is that there is a virtually limitless amount of things to learn.

Think about something that interests you. Then find ways to learn more about it. This could involve reading books, watching videos, using study apps, enrolling in online courses (there are free and paid courses for all sorts of things).

Even if you’re looking to pass time at a job where you can’t use your phone or read a book, you could always write down ten phrases in a foreign language on a piece of paper and look at it occasionally as you try to memorize those phrases.

Learning is a challenge. It helps you enter a flow state of concentration where time fly by.

11. Write.

What should you write? Well, anything really. Here are a few mediums you might want to consider.

Articles.

Share your knowledge with the world by writing articles to publish on a website. It’s so easy to start a website these days, taking just minutes to get up and running (Medium.com is a good place to start).

You can write about whatever you like. Write about a passion – sports, politics, gardening perhaps. Write instructions for how to do something. Share your opinions on things. Don’t focus on how many people read the articles; just write them for you and consider any readers as a bonus.

A journal.

If you want to write about more personal things – your thoughts and feelings for instance – you should get yourself a physical journal to write in. No one needs to see what you write, so you are free to pour your heart and soul out if you need to.

Emptying your mind into a journal also happens to be a good way to get your mind off something that is worrying you, and it helps to organize your thoughts so that you can make better sense of them.

Poems.

Even if you’ve never read a poem in your life, you’d be surprised just how fun, interesting, and challenging it can be to get the right words together in the right way to make a poem that flows. Try it out and see if you like it.

Short stories.

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If you’ve got a little more time on your hands, you could always write your own stories. Think of a plot, come up with some characters, figure out what they might say to each other or what their personalities are like. If you have any children, why not write short stories for them – they don’t have to be long or complicated.

Jokes.

Regardless of whether you think you have good sense of humor, you could try your hand at writing jokes, or comedy sketches. Whether you go for short one-liners, or more elaborate setups with stories that lead to punch lines, it doesn’t much matter. You can try them out on your friends too as an added bonus.

Songs.

If you love listening to music, you’ll know the power of good lyrics to transport you mentally and emotionally to some place else. Well, you could transport yourself away from whatever boring thing you’re doing by penning your own verses and choruses.

12. Draw/paint.

Another creative pursuit that can help to pass the time is to draw or paint. Maybe you already like to doodle, but you can take that further and try to hone your skills and push your artistic boundaries.

Try different mediums: pencils, watercolors, oils. Try different styles: still life, cubism, surrealism, portraits, landscapes. Try different things to draw or paint on: canvas, paper, pottery, or even directly onto an outside wall (or inside if you’re feeling daring).

13. Do something with your hands.

Aside from painting or drawing, there are lots of ways that you can keep your hands busy whilst simultaneously passing the time. You could bake, work in the garden, sculpt out of clay, build out of wood or some other material, knit, sew, or do any other sort of craft that involves using your hands.

Working with your hands on a creative project to stay busy is something that people have been doing for as long as people have had hands!

14. Perform some growth admin.

When you’ve got time on your hands – either because you’ve got nothing to do or because your job requires little in the way of conscious focus, you have the opportunity to engage in a little admin. Not your usual life admin such as paying bills or planning meals, but personal growth admin.

The key task you can engage in is a little self-reflection. You can occupy your mind and help the minutes and hours pass by as you get to know yourself better and figure out where you need to grow.

What are your strengths and weaknesses in general? What are your good points and bad points as a person? What skills, mental traits, or behaviors would you like to work on? What kind of person do you want to be?

What about your life? What is going well? What could use some work? And what do you want to change? Do you like where you live? Is your job/career something you want to change? Which relationships serve you, and which do you need to prune?

These sorts of questions are not always simple to answer, but this is what makes them so great at eating up the time. You can spend hours thinking about these things, considering all the different angles, deciding what your priorities should be.

15. Be entrepreneurial.

Developing a business mindset can lead to all sorts of engaging and even exciting opportunities. Why? Because there’s often a lot of different challenges involved which means things to keep your mind occupied and results to work toward.

If you have a job, you could look for ways to show some initiative. Are there processes that could run more smoothly? Do you have ways to cut down costs or generate more sales? What about big ideas that might drive the company forward? Making suggestions to your superiors might mean you get to be involved in making those things happen, which could mean a more exciting work day.

Have you considered starting up a side hustle? It’s not for everyone and you shouldn’t push yourself too hard or you’ll risk burning out. But a little business on the side can give you something to think about when you’re at your regular job and something to look forward to.

Or is there a business idea that you’d like to turn into a full time operation? Well, if you have time to think and time to get bored, you’ve got time to work on the ins and outs of that business with a view to turning it into a reality in the future.

16. Meditate.

Meditation is not only useful to calm your body and mind; it can help to pass the time too.

When you meditate, you focus on something – your breathing, your senses, an object, a mantra – and this helps to take away all other thoughts. New thoughts may come, but they should hopefully go without too much trouble as you return to whatever you are focusing on.

And when you aren’t thinking about how slowly time seems to be passing or about how bored you are, you’ll be surprised how quickly the minutes go by.

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If you can’t sit and close your eyes to meditate, there is such as thing as open-eyed meditation. You can do it whilst sitting, standing, even when walking. So wherever you are, you should be able to learn how to meditate. This is great if you have a mind-numbingly dull job that doesn’t allow you to use your phone, listen to music, or do anything else but sit or stand there.

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FAQs

What are some ways to make time go faster? ›

"Activities like listening to music, reading books, and seeking new experiences will help reduce anxiety and make the time seem to pass faster," says Bozeman. "These activities address general mood and well-being. Interacting with others and physical activity fall into this category as well."

How can you make time pass faster by yourself? ›

Here's what they said:
  1. Talk to your favorite fictional characters. ...
  2. Take a boozy bath. ...
  3. Read a book in total silence. ...
  4. Try traveling alone. ...
  5. Just sit quietly with nothing — not even your phone or a book — to keep you company. ...
  6. Take yourself on a date and enjoy not having to make conversation.
Feb 10, 2016

How do I make time go faster in school? ›

How to Make the Day Go by Faster at School
  1. Tell Your Brain It's Fun. The teacher repeats herself. ...
  2. Relocate Yourself. Perception of time varies so much throughout the day. ...
  3. Take On a Challenge. This scenario is suggested by Dr. ...
  4. Fantasize.

How can I make 5 hours go faster? ›

How to Make Time Go by Faster
  1. Chunk your total schedule into smaller blocks.
  2. Try not to stare at the clock.
  3. Break up less pleasant projects into bite-sized tasks.
  4. Switch on some instrumental background music.
  5. Stay focused and “in the zone.”
  6. Build routines into your daily schedule.

How can I make my school 3 hours go faster? ›

6 Tips on How to Make School Go by Faster
  1. Don't Look at the Clock! ...
  2. Don't Stare into Space! ...
  3. Pay Attention and Do the Work. ...
  4. Be an Active Listener. ...
  5. Have FUN between Classes. ...
  6. Look Forward to an Interesting Activity after School.

Why does the day go by so fast? ›

Focusing on visual perception, Bejan posits that slower processing times result in us perceiving fewer 'frames-per-second' – more actual time passes between the perception of each new mental image. This is what leads to time passing more rapidly.

How can I make a 12 hour fast go? ›

So this video is going to be 10 tips to get through a 12-hour shift.
  1. Sleep before your shift. ...
  2. Get enough sleep. ...
  3. Prepare your outfit the day before. ...
  4. Iron your uniform the night before. ...
  5. Make sure you have food. ...
  6. Stay hydrated. ...
  7. Take your break as late as possible. ...
  8. Use up spare time by helping others.
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How do you get through the last hour of work? ›

What You Should be Doing in the Last Hour of Your Workday
  1. 1) Review your daily to-do list one more time. Think about the list of tasks that you started with at the beginning of the day. ...
  2. 2) Plan ahead for tomorrow morning. ...
  3. 3) Read. ...
  4. 4) Organize your desk. ...
  5. 5) Meditate.
Mar 6, 2016

What do most people do to pass time? ›

  • Express yourself through art. Download Article. ...
  • Give yourself a research project. Download Article. ...
  • Learn a new skill. Download Article. ...
  • Reach out to an old friend. Download Article. ...
  • Give yourself a cooking challenge. Download Article. ...
  • Get lost in a good book. Download Article. ...
  • Play a game. ...
  • Catch up on some must-see movies.

How do I make time go faster Quora? ›

Quora is a great way to pass time, but it won't last you three hours. So here are some alternatives: Read a book or news article that interests you.
...
  1. Dance around! ...
  2. Take a nap. ...
  3. Reorganize your movie shelf. ...
  4. Write a song. ...
  5. Make up your own language. ...
  6. Clean organize or DIY your room.

How do you make time go faster at school Wikihow? ›

Join in with what people are talking about. If your teacher doesn't allow small group discussions, they probably at least encourage you to ask and answer questions. Being engaged instead of sitting there bored can help time pass faster. Improve your listening skills.

How can I make 8 hours go faster? ›

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  1. Find Things To Look Forward To. ...
  2. Get Moving. ...
  3. Take A Snack Break. ...
  4. Put On Some Music. ...
  5. Focus On The Present. ...
  6. Find A Task You Enjoy. ...
  7. Switch Up Your Day. ...
  8. Take Initiative.
May 3, 2016

How do I sleep in class? ›

Slide down in your chair, place your head down on your desk, or hold your head in your hands. The person in front of you will block the teacher's view of your chair so you can safely take a snooze. This is best when the person in front of you is noticeably taller and broader than you.

Why do schools start so early? ›

Factory shifts usually started at X o'clock, and that seemed to have been brought over to school. There's also the child care function of the school day; kids go to school about the same hours their parents go to work. If the school day started later, you'd have too many kids being left alone in the morning.

Who invented homework? ›

Homework is typically credited to Roberto Nevelis of Venice, Italy, who invented it in 1095—or 1905, depending on your sources.

How can I make school less boring? ›

6 ways to make high school less boring
  1. Ditch the worksheets. Researchers thought the most innovative schools would have the most engaging classes. ...
  2. Set a meaningful urgency. ...
  3. Adopt learning by doing & teaching. ...
  4. Encourage authentic participation. ...
  5. Connect to associated professional domains. ...
  6. Support teachers more.
Apr 15, 2019

What do you do on a slow day at work? ›

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  • Read up on work-related topics. ...
  • Organize your inbox. ...
  • Plan ahead. ...
  • Entertain yourself. ...
  • Offer your help to coworkers. ...
  • Declutter your workspace. ...
  • Develop your skills. ...
  • Doodle.
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How do you pass time in boring lectures? ›

Boring lectures can be the best time to think about essay topics, do research, create outlines, write a draft, review notes, etc. If super smart, you can write essays and papers for other students, too. 4) Re-Write: Use boring lectures to re-write notes from other hard classes.

Why does time go faster when you have fun? ›

Unexpectedly pleasurable events boost dopamine release, which should cause your internal clock to run faster. Your subjective sense of time in that case grows faster than time itself, so that short intervals seem longer than they are.

Why is the time so fast in 2022? ›

If it feels like you're losing time in the day, you may be right. Scientists claim that on June 29, 2022, the Earth spun faster than normal, making it the shortest day recorded since the 1960s. The average day is 24 hours long (or exactly 86,400 seconds).

Does time go faster as we age? ›

As we get older the rate of new experiences lessens compared with youth, when almost everything is new. That leads to a sense of the days being longer but time passing much more quickly overall.

How can I make my 12 hour shift go faster? ›

So this video is going to be 10 tips to get through a 12-hour shift.
  1. Sleep before your shift. ...
  2. Get enough sleep. ...
  3. Prepare your outfit the day before. ...
  4. Iron your uniform the night before. ...
  5. Make sure you have food. ...
  6. Stay hydrated. ...
  7. Take your break as late as possible. ...
  8. Use up spare time by helping others.
Jan 10, 2019

How can I waste time at work without getting caught? ›

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  1. Transform Facebook into a spreadsheet. ...
  2. Look like you're checking emails while browsing Reddit. ...
  3. Get around internet blocks by requesting web pages via email. ...
  4. Fake that you're busy with "hardworking" sound effects. ...
  5. Create a decoy screen.
Dec 2, 2015

Is it possible to accelerate time? ›

The course of time does not accelerate. It is what it is, irrespective of our actions : an hour lasts an hour, whatever we do. The course of time is unaffected by our use of time. There is however one special field in which we are capable of accelerating time, and that is the transmutation of certain nuclear waste.

How do I make time go faster at my call center? ›

22 call center tips and tricks to make your work a bit easier (and more enjoyable)
  1. #1 Create a to-do list and sort tasks by priority. ...
  2. #2 Don't multitask. ...
  3. #3 Take notes while on calls. ...
  4. #4 It's okay to not know something! ...
  5. #5 Don't tell a customer you are new here. ...
  6. #6 Ask for help if you need it.
Feb 2, 2021

How can I make 5 hours go faster? ›

How to Make Time Go by Faster
  1. Chunk your total schedule into smaller blocks.
  2. Try not to stare at the clock.
  3. Break up less pleasant projects into bite-sized tasks.
  4. Switch on some instrumental background music.
  5. Stay focused and “in the zone.”
  6. Build routines into your daily schedule.

How can I pass time at work? ›

  1. Create Something. Instead of doing nothing, make something. ...
  2. Browse the Web and Read. Browsing the Web isn't always the best strategy--in fact, it's one of the most toxic distractions around today. ...
  3. Listen to a Podcast, Webinar, or TED Talk. ...
  4. Start Learning a New Skill. ...
  5. Chill Out. ...
  6. Visit Other Departments. ...
  7. Find a New Job.
May 22, 2015

Why does time go by so fast? ›

Bejan hypothesizes that, over time, the rate at which we process visual information slows down, and this is what makes time “speed up” as we grow older. This is because objectively measurable “clock time” and purely subjective “mind time” are not the same.

What should I do with my free time at work? ›

Here are some tips for taking advantage of free time that will help you boost your productivity and even relax a little in the process.
  • Clean up your desktop. ...
  • Delete old computer files. ...
  • Clean up your inbox. ...
  • Clean out your newsfeeds. ...
  • File. ...
  • Update your calendar. ...
  • Brainstorm ideas. ...
  • Outline.
May 14, 2015

What do you do when you are bored at work? ›

16 things you can do when you're bored at work
  1. Spend time on favorite tasks. ...
  2. Apply your interests. ...
  3. Take on more responsibility. ...
  4. Keep a daily journal. ...
  5. Listen to podcasts and audiobooks. ...
  6. Write an industry article. ...
  7. Sharpen your skills. ...
  8. Teach a group.

How can I waste 3 hours at work? ›

42 Great Ways To Waste Time At Work
  1. Print long documents. ...
  2. “Organize” your desk while you're supposed to be working. ...
  3. Listen to other cities' sports radio programs.
  4. Oh, I'm on the phone with my bank.” -Ultimate Forcefield. ...
  5. Search through the online company directory…for no one in particular.

Is the day going faster? ›

Consider this - the Earth is spinning faster than ever, and it's making our days shorter. The shortest day ever recorded was June 29. It was shorter than a typical 24 hours by 1.59 milliseconds. Some scientists say it's climate change; others say maybe earthquakes; still others suggest movement inside the Earth's core.

Does time go faster as you age? ›

Children perceive and lay down more memory frames or mental images per unit of time than adults, so when they remember events—that is, the passage of time—they recall more visual data. This is what causes the perception of time passing more rapidly as we age.

Does time move faster as you age? ›

As we get older the rate of new experiences lessens compared with youth, when almost everything is new. That leads to a sense of the days being longer but time passing much more quickly overall.

How can I make my school 3 hours go faster? ›

6 Tips on How to Make School Go by Faster
  1. Don't Look at the Clock! ...
  2. Don't Stare into Space! ...
  3. Pay Attention and Do the Work. ...
  4. Be an Active Listener. ...
  5. Have FUN between Classes. ...
  6. Look Forward to an Interesting Activity after School.

How do you enjoy work? ›

How to enjoy work
  1. Take breaks. During a busy workday, it is important you take time away from your desk to get your mind off your job. ...
  2. Manage your workspace. ...
  3. Enjoy the people you work with. ...
  4. Leave your work at work. ...
  5. Look for the purpose. ...
  6. Upgrade your skills. ...
  7. Request something new. ...
  8. Work from home.

What do you do on a slow day at work? ›

How to Kill Time at Work: 15 Things to Do on a Slow Day
  • Read up on work-related topics. ...
  • Organize your inbox. ...
  • Plan ahead. ...
  • Entertain yourself. ...
  • Offer your help to coworkers. ...
  • Declutter your workspace. ...
  • Develop your skills. ...
  • Doodle.
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