Moving is an exciting time and can kick start a new change in your life both physically and mentally. You can redesign a whole new space and get rid of things you don’t need anymore. But let’s face it, people love to hoard. Trying to rummage through drawers and drawers full of the junk you have collected over the years and finding things that you have bought with all intentions of using but just never got time to is super annoying and just adds that extra bit of stress when you can’t find something you need.
The most frequent questions I am asked all revolve around the same subject… What does my week look like? How do I fit it all in? Don’t I ever get tired? How do I make time for XYZ? How do I manage my schedule? Something that has really helped me to get sh*t done is by ‘leaning in’ to tasks as the time or motivation suits.
If you clicked on this article, you are probably sick of your weekdays being Groundhog Day. Weekdays comprise 71.4% of your life, so it only makes sense that you don’t want it to be all eat, sleep, work, repeat. The good news is it doesn’t have to be this way! With a bit of forethought, planning and a coffee or two, you can reclaim your weekdays.
I recently read I Know How She Does It by the inspiring Laura Vanderkam. For those of you that don’t know who Laura Vanderkam is, she is essentially the #GirlBoss of time management – empowering women to kick ass in their career and life by maximising the use of their 168-hour week.