The chances are you’ve got too much to do and not enough hours in the day. You may be dashing from one commitment to the next trying to balance work and family life, only to feel that in spite of all your efforts, you haven’t done all you wanted, and what you have done, you’re not happy with.
And if that’s not bad enough, left over on one side, are all the things you’d like to do for yourself, but which you haven’t even started.
A lack of time is one of the most prevalent causes of stress in the world today. So I’m keen to share some ideas about how you can find more hours in the day and get more organized, so you can accomplish all you want and feel at peace when you put your head on the pillow last thing at night.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed and just don’t know what to do next, listen up! Barbara Savona shares the 5-step Brain Drain Exercise that will bring some sanity back into your life. You’ll learn how to get out of your own way and get more done…Watch more
Watch Meagan Mackenzie’s short video for ways to de-clutter your day, get more done and feel better about yourself. Meagan provides a quick and easy 6-point checklist that you can use to transform your day. It will really make a difference…Watch more
Time is a precious resource and once it’s gone, it’s gone forever. You can’t store it up and use it later…You always seem to be racing against the clock…Surely, there must be a better way? And you’ll be pleased to know there is…Read more
The hallmark of procrastination is putting off something you know you should be doing right now in favor of something else…The problem is the more you avoid doing what you know you should be doing…the more you ramp up your stress levels… Read more
When you’re feeling overwhelmed, there’s a risk of everything spiraling out of control, so you need an easy technique you can use to take charge of your day. Once you’re back in control, the pressure eases and you get relief from…Read more
One of the greatest challenges we all face is how to prioritize our time. How often do you get to the end of the day not having started, let alone completed, all the tasks you’d planned to do? Read more…