Granted, I didn’t achieve everything I set out to do this year. But, I accomplished much more than ever before and even added unexpected things along the way!
A huge bonus with this process is that you can regularly accomplish tasks without stress.
Have you heard this quote?
Failing to plan is planning to fail.
Did you follow those posts last year and go through the process for 2016?
Having a plan doesn’t mean you won’t have bumps along the way. But, you’ll be better prepared to do things on your calendar those days when life is calm and normal – and get back on track quickly after interruptions.
When you have a family, you know first-hand how things get added to your schedule randomly – and your priority may suddenly not be the priority. Other things can top our list unexpectedly. But that’s OK.
We make adjustments. We’re flexible. We’re women, and that’s what we do.
We put family first.
You can allow for some of those upheaval times in your overall schedule and move things around on your calendar to get the things done that matter the most.
Earlier this year, a friend shared that she went through the processes of those posts. She was adding a new teaching responsibility into her schedule and really needed to organize it all for the best outcome for her family and students. (And to minimize stress!) I was very glad to hear the information in my 2016 posts helped her as much as it did me.
I put everything into a convenient e-book for you. I won’t go into huge detail all over again in this post. You’ll make better use of your time to download this e-book and start the process right away. I think you’ll see a huge difference in de-stressing your schedule in 2017.
I hope you had a wonderful Christmas! I’m taking time this week to get my house back in order – and get my calendar set for 2017.
Have you wished for a way to organize your schedule better? Want to give this a try this year?
Please let me know if you have questions at all. I’ll see you in the new year! 🙂