If you don't have the time, take it.
I’m really bummed about losing my favorite watch. I’ve been meaning to look for it but I can’t find the time.🙊Lately, I’ve been waking up late so I started sleeping outside in my herb garden. Now, I wake up on thyme. 😂 Ok. Enough of the groan-worthy time jokes.
Relational health habit - about our relationships with time. 🤔
I’m really bummed about losing my favorite watch. I’ve been meaning to look for it but I can’t find the time.🙊Lately, I’ve been waking up late so I started sleeping outside in my herb garden. Now, I wake up on thyme. 😂Ok. Enough of the groan-worthy time jokes.
On a serious note, it’s a good “time” to ask ourselves if we have a healthy relationship with time. Most of us have full schedules and feel there aren’t enough hours in the day to complete the “have to’s”. Forget about fitting in the “want to’s.”
Here a a few tools that might help in creating a healthier relationship with your time:
- Take a few minutes each morning (or the night before) to plan and organize your activities for the day. List things you need to do and things you can delegate.
- Make realistic schedules and don’t stress about things that are out of your control.
- Focus on doing one task at a time. When we try to do too much in our multi-tasking it usually takes more time and we’re less efficient.
- Avoid distractions. Don’t be afraid to silence your phone, log off social media or wear head phones to cut down on distracting conversation.
- Learn to say “no” to additional tasks that make you feel overwhelmed.
- Keep yourself healthy mentally and physically with clean healthy eating, rest and making time to do something you enjoy.
Look for other resources to find out more about managing your time and share your good finds with the people you care about. Let’s spread the health! iGrow Girl and Contagious Health ⏰😌