I am woeful at time management and organising.
Time management is not necessarily about getting lots of stuff done, it is much more important than that.
It's making sure that I am
This week I am thankful for gained time.
Today, my cherubs caught the school bus to school for the first time, they have also caught the bus home twice this week.
It means a priceless - extra 2hrs in the morning and an hour in the afternoon if they catch the bus home.
Naturally, how I choose to spend that two-three hours a day is totally up to me...albeit under the watchful eye of my husband who is working at home at the moment on a few projects.
It would be easy to waste this extra time in my day by filling it with a meaningless
I don't really need suggestions to spark my imagination.
Could I devote my entire three hours to building our business or mastering a new skill ?
Sew a Quilt ?
My blog ?
I could invite a friend over if I didn't live so far from town *sigh*
I have decided I am devoting some of my extra time to my community and my running challenge !
The opportunities are limitless.
Hopefully, not only will I get a lot more done in less time, but I'll feel more relaxed, focused and in control of life. Something I need.
Especially I am thankful I’ll be able to make time for the people and activities that I love or even loath but have to be done anyway. So when I get to the end of a busy day, I feel a sense of accomplishment from the things I crossed off my ta da list.
I might even get to bed earlier and get more sleep.
What could you do with an extra 3 hours a day ?