How to Manage Your Time and Organize Daily Activities is written to give you ideas on how to take control of your time and make your schedule do what you tell it to do.
There are only so many hours in a day and as women, wives and moms, we have to figure out to best delegate that time effectively. Everything in life is pulling at our time. Between jobs, family, personal care and the needs of others we can end up feeling like we don’t have enough time.
I realized long ago that obligation can become sort of a slave master if I allow it. There is no end to the amount of things that need to be done that why it is your job to give task a stoping point. It’s your job to set up boundaries identifying when a certain activity has gotten as much of your time as you can give at the moment.
To keep my time in check I regularly conduct a time audit. The audit is to help me identify what I’m giving my time to.
Craving Balance: 6 Practical Solutions for Women Balancing it All is designed to help you create a plan of devoting your time to the things that make you a happier women. The tips will help you begin the process of mapping out days that will cultivate peace and joy in your life.
Do you crave balance? I certainly do. I love having a sense of order to my days. I love knowing how much work time versus free time I’ll have. I love knowing that I’ve made time to meet my spiritual, mental, physical and emotional needs each day.
Being a wife, mom and entrepreneur has never deterred me from making balance a priority. In fact, having the responsiblity of so many important things is what inspires me to fight for balance.
Is it sometimes a struggle? Absolutely, but it’s worth the peace of mind that comes from having a sense of order to my days.
So what does cultivating a balanced life look like in practical terms?
I’m going to walk you through how I cultivate balance in practical terms.
One of my most beneficial time investments each day is the time spent studying the Bible.
I always come away from it feeling encouraged, inspired, wiser, stronger and more courageous in my faith. I also come away feeling a sense of conviction and urging to become better for Christ.
There are so many ways you can do your devotion time, but today I will show you how I do mine.
I have a ridiculously long video to share with you all today, but I promise it’s filled with some great information.
I typically share my written goals with you, but I thought it would be so much better to show you what they are and show you how I actually map them out in my week.
Hey ladies, I am going to hit the ground running in January with lot’s of planning, bible study and weekly goals videos.
My plan is to help you on a daily and weekly basis get motivated, inspired, encourage and intentional about getting our lives in order.
I’m going to share a ton of Bible reading, Bible journaling, goal setting and planning challenges starting in 2016.
Those of you who are on my mailing list are going to not only get blog post, but you’ll get printables, videos, and live chats in your inbox. You’re going to love the content I have planned for 2016, but you’ll need to be subscribed to my email list for all of the exclusive content.
Last night I shared the first update on my journey to debt freedom in over a year. I believe I mentioned in that post about creating a video of the Financial Peace University kit unboxing.
I know from looking through the packages on the site it can be hard figuring out which package to buy so I hope this helps you see what comes in the Financial Peace University DVD Home Study Kit.
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