Do you find yourself wishing that you had more time to get everything done that you want each day?

How many times in a day do you find yourself using the word busy?

How much of your day is spent doing busy work?

…Cleaning dishes, cooking meals, doing laundry, catching up on emails, running errands and so on?

Our modern lifestyle tends to create a time famine that we are forced to live with…there never seems to be enough time for anything despite waking up earlier and going to bed later.

And even if you manage to finish most of your tasks and responsibilities, your personal time and your time with loved ones often suffers.

It seems that staying busy has become one of the social norms of the modern world.

So many people enter the daily “Who can be the busiest today?” contest…

Your kids are busy with EVERY possible after-school activity…

You take on social commitments

AND new tasks just to cram more ‘accomplishments’ in to each day…

Unfortunately, no matter how much you ‘accomplish’ and how ‘busy’ you remain, you never seem to experience the happiness or joy that you expect as a result.

Often it leaves you with a sense of emptiness or dissatisfaction.

The act of being busy drains you and you lose the connection with the things that really matter to you – your families, your friends, your sanity and most importantly your health.

Does this sound familiar?

HOW DO YOU WANT TO SPEND YOUR DAY?

If you are like most people, there are a hundred different things you wish you could spend your day doing…

Meal prep/grocery shopping/cooking…

Yoga…

Working Out…

Meditating…

Maybe writing that novel you’ve always wanted to write…

Or relaxing and watching the sunset drinking a glass of wine…

But if you’re like most you never seem to have the time.

Here’s the thing…

The issue isn’t that you have too few hours in the day…it’s how you choose to use those hours.

Stay with me…

We all have the same out of time (168 hours a week)…it’s finite…and in great demand.

If you don’t like how you’re spending your time, it’s up to you to change your priorities and begin to make different choices that are better aligned with your values.

Granted, choices bring about consequences…

But it all starts with recognizing that time does not dictate your daily agenda.  You get to choose how you spend your time.

Instead of trying to “find” more time by rearranging your busy work or trying to multitask, how about start filling your weekly allotment of 168 hours with the things you value most in life…

Rather than squeezing the activities that nurture your family, health, and career in between all the “busy stuff”, start putting them first – make them the priority that you say they are!

It’s not hard, though it does take a little bit of effort and diligence.

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