Welcome to another Go-Getting Gal interview. I am not sure if Emma Lewis is my spirit animal or the woman I dream of being in 10 years time… or a bit of Column A and a bit of Column B. Emma is focussed, driven, a little bit Aussie bogan, hard working, honest and a god damn go-getter! In short, Emma is my type of gal. If you enjoy a no bullsh*t interviewv from the Queen of no bullsh*t, put your reading glasses on.
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.
Your twenties can feel like hard work. You are entering the #Adulting world and trying to discover your purpose and the ‘meaning of life’. Some people head straight into the workforce, others go down the path of higher education and others jump in a van and disappear. For those chasing success, it can be hard to know how ‘best’ to spend your time. But it is important to remember that there is no one road to success. We are all on our own paths.
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.