Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Making Time for What's Important

Are you feeling like you're super busy, but nothing gets done and you never have time for you really want to be doing? You're not alone.

What if you looked at time in a different way? Instead of starting with your schedule and trying to cram as much as you can into it, start with identifying your priorities first. What is it that you really want time for? What is most important to you and your family? What matters the most? Look at the big picture.
Make room for those priorities in your schedule FIRST. Making time for what's important works for me. For more Works-For-Me ideas, visit We Are THAT Family.


Helene said...

I'm always trying to figure out how much I can cram into an hour here and there. I always feel so stressed trying to get things done. I should start listing things based on priority and go from there, like you mentioned. Great idea!

Creative Junkie said...

I am a self-admitted time management flunkie.


Journey on! by Kelleye said...

I am glad I stopped by- just got back from spring break and feeling- well already overwhelmed with not having the time to do what I need to to play catch up!hahaha Not to mention how I realized I have Closet issues! so I am going back and re-reading your post about closets! ughhhh!

Heather Happymaker said...

I'm the WORST. I have a hard time jugging this and that. I recently re-decided to stop stressing about being perfect in everything that I do and take it easy, spend more time with the kids. I secretly hope I can get more done this way!

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