Time. There seems to be so little of it. The truth is there is enough time for you to do everything that’s really important in your life.
Of course life happens daily and it doesn’t always feel like there’s enough time.
We constantly juggle more than we can take on and why?
So many things in our society and culture are under these extreme time crunches. We are expected on jobs and in our daily careers to do more in less time than is really needed.
I’m 34, and I’ve learned that the world doesn’t stop turning if it takes us a little bit longer to finish a project. And there is time for everything we need to do.
People are more important than our daily “to do” list by far. But I’ve found that I often don’t get the important things done if they aren’t on my calender or on a daily list.
Here’s how I was able to juggle a dual degree program in college, concert choir, voice lessons, praise team, gospel choir (that traveled),student government Senator of Public Relations and President and much more. Yes, I did all this and was in Phi Theta Kappa Honor’s Society!
1. Write it down. Review it. Put your dates, times and “to do’s” on a calender or day planner.
2. Follow through. It’s simple to follow the list but not always simple to get motivated. Staying focused here will get you the results you want.
3. Breathe. Things will always come up to throw off your schedule and list. In this case take some slow deep breaths and do your best with the time you do have and start again tomorrow!
I hope this is helpful and simple to follow if you’re trying to juggle a lot of things!
There is time for everything that’s important.
What things are the most important for you to spend your time on?