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HELLO BLOG WORLD! Where are my writers, business owners, and busy professionals?
I’ve been absent for some weeks now. Why? Well, I’ve been swamped up to my eyeballs (yes, I know you can relate to this) with the 9 to 5, motherhood, wifehood, and everything else in between. Twenty-four (24) hours in a day just isn’t enough! Am I right? I’m wondering if my cup runneth over, that is, I’ve bitten off more than I can chew or could it be that I have to do a better job managing my time? I’m sure it’s a bit of both; but, being the superwoman that I believe that I am, I’m going with the latter.
With that said, I’ve challenged myself to nail down a workable and efficient time management plan. One where I can get everything that I want to get done – done, and, where I will have time, meaningful time, for the things that really matter – my spirituality, time with family and friends, and just enjoying those little moments of life that we so often glaze right over because we’re on that nonsensical black hole of a wheel known as the rat race.
I’m actually proud of myself because the other day I was able to “kill two birds with one stone.” Let’s just say my decisions panned out and I strategized to the hilt. Successful multitasking is a beautiful thing. If you’re able to prioritize your tasks, make informed decisions (where you take your opportunity costs into consideration) and simultaneously eliminate any anxiety associated with being busy, busy, busy, by all means do it – and do it like a boss!
Remember time is a resource that can be both a blessing and a curse. Grab the blessing by the tick tock and use it to your advantage.
We’d love to hear your thoughts on this. What have you done, changed, or implemented to reel or reign in your time management processes?
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