One of the easiest ways to keep up with your time is by maintaining a really good calendar. There are many great products available, so find one that works well for you and that you will USE! It needs to be something visible, and kept in a convenient location.
Begin by filling in dates – birthdays, upcoming appointments, meetings and events – that you already know about. If you have kids, add their practices, project due dates, and teacher conferences. Then add in due dates for bills that you need to pay – but add them in at least 1 week before they’re due!
If you have trouble sticking to a schedule, you could also use your calendar for this. Purchase a calendar that has a monthly view, followed by a weekly view. On the weekly pages, list your daily activities for everything that you need to do that day, no matter how insignificant it may seem (such as getting up time, eating times, etc.).