Almost all of the blog posts I do are written because I have a need in my life and this post is no different! I need to Spring Clean my Time. As a blogger, mother, wife, Christian and part-time employee, I NEED some time management tips. I don’t have time is one of the biggest lies I’ve ever believed. Those 4 words help me stay stuck. They keep me small and unproductive. What about you?
This is a convicting quote, “You don’t waste time, you only waste yourself.” Ugh! That quote stabs me in the heart. I feel I waste too much of me! What about you?
Here is a quote from Hal Enrod’s book, The Miracle Morning
Arguably the single most significant cause of mediocrity and unfulfilled potential, which prevents 95% of our society from creating and living the life they truly want, is that most people have no sense of urgency to improve themselves so they can improve their lives. Human nature is to live with a “someday” mindset and think life will work itself out. How’s that working out for everybody? This someday mindset is perpetual, and it leads to a life of procrastination, unfulfilled potential and regret.
I don’t want to live with unfulfilled potential and regret. What about you? So, it’s time to Spring Clean my Time.
Here are some tips to help me Spring Clean my time and maybe they will you as well:
Plan your month
Make a “To Do List” daily
Do the hardest things first
Find your mojo
Set a timer
Plan your menus
Set specific goals
Create routines in your life
OK, my timer has gone off and I need to move on.
I hope and pray you found some practical ways to spring clean your time.
Make Sure You Check Out These Other Spring Clean Your Life Posts:
Spring Clean Your Life Series
Spring Clean your Goals & Dreams
Spring Clean your Technology
Spring Clean your Time
Spring Clean your Relationships
Spring Clean your Spirit
Spring Clean your Soul
Spring Clean Your Health
Spring Clean Your Finances
Spring Clean your Home
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