Our kiddos are in school for seven hours each day (bus rides excluded). Here’s a story about how seven hours is a long time, especially for our littles.
Our daughter Oriana had her first year of in-person school for 1st grade.
(We did virtual school through the k12 program for Kindergarten since she had to do some cast stretching on her leg.)
Here’s your reminder: 24 hours looks different for everyone.
We all have the same 24 hours in the day.
Cue eye roll.
Time management is more than just managing your time.
Let me say that again: time management is more than just managing your time.
→ write out your schedule
→ plot out every holiday, errand, event
→ cross every t and dot every i.
Busy weeks are only possible and made a little easier with schedules, routines, and lists… Oh my!
These are often undervalued, but definitely keep me on track throughout my weeks.
When it comes to a business or goals, consistency = money earned.
When I get overwhelmed or exhausted, the LAST thing I want to do is be on social media working my business. I’d rather be sitting, snuggled on the sofa with my kids, watching a movie, or enjoying a glass of wine.
Handling time off in business can feel like a big hurdle at first. Especially if you haven’t done it before.
This can be a touchy and tricky subject.
But it relates back to many of the previous topics: boundaries, priorities, authenticity, etc.