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Inside: a few time management tips for busy women who are trying to organize their day to use their time more effectively.
Time, we all have a limited amount of time each day. We can’t bargain to get more or save up a few minutes to add to the next day. We need to make the most of the minutes we have each day.
Do you think you are making the most of the limited time you have every day?
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If you feel like your days are running you and you just can’t get ahead, I’ve been there.
There were so many days I would be running from the time my feet hit the floor in the morning to the time I went to bed. There was so much to do, but limited time to do it. I always felt like I was pushing things I really wanted to do, out to get the things I felt I had to do done.
It started to feel like I was drifting from one day to another. Not really having any direction except for what was right in front of me.
It was frustrating to go to bed each night knowing some important things had to get pushed to another day. I knew it had to change but how.
I think the first step in my change in thinking was reading about others who had taken back their time. What changes they had made and how to do the same myself.
I also read the book, Living Forward, which helps you make a life plan. It made me really stop and think about what in my day was really important.
In today’s Frugal Family Home podcast, I’m sharing a few time management tips to help you use your day more effectively. These are a few things I do to make sure I’m running my day instead of my day running me.
It’s hard when you have so many roles to fulfill, mom, wife, home manager, and if you work you might be a boss or worker.
All of those roles can pull you in so many directions but once you know what your priorities are you can give each area of your life just the time it needs for how important that area is to you.
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