I have three kids going in three different directions. I have a hubby who is better at other things than communicating his schedule. I also work at home, homeschool one child, public school for another child, and adult mental health
1. Subdivide your to-do list. Physically divide it into two or three sections to match your life. For example: Morning, Afternoon, Evening Work, Home, Menu Priorities, Blog, Home Subdividing your list keeps you from having to sort through the list
Do you ever get tired of making a to-do list only to do none of it? The unfinished list isn’t because you’re lazy or unmotivated – you just don’t have time to get it done! I’ve been there and done
“Doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results is the definition of insanity.” Have you ever heard that? It’s true. But I’m amazed at how often I do it! Lately I’ve been frustrated with my schedule.
I love the subject of time management. I’m always trying to manage my time better – not so I can be super woman but so I can go to sleep at night feeling satisfied with how I spent my day
Have you ever made a commitment without looking at your calendar first and then later realized you were booked solid that week? Or you made a commitment after looking at your calendar based on the fact that the day in
Have you ever heard the saying, “Your lack of planning does not create an emergency for me?” I love that saying and wish life really worked that way. But it doesn’t. The fact is that other people’s lack of planning
Ever have one of those days when you have too much to do and not enough time but it all has to be done? If your answer is “that’s every day”, you might want to make some changes to your