“Time Is On My Side”
In today’s world, we struggle for time, money and prestige. Between deadlines, laundry piles, shopping lists and bills, we have no time for others let alone ourselves. It is time to take back some time.
Instead of trying to cram 25 hours in a 24 hour day, take an inventory of what is most important.
Try not to stay up late to watch a television show. Catch it another time and turn in a little sooner. You’ll wake up earlier the following morning and be able to prioritize tasks in their order of importance. You might even have the time and energy to finish the shopping list or toss the next load of laundry in the washer.
Rather than run through the front door from work straight to the kitchen, flinging cabinets open desperately searching for the night’s meal, maybe make a weekly planner of meals. Plan the meal and list ingredients accordingly on Sunday. You could prep the meal the night before if it will keep in the fridge.
Time is not our enemy, our over loaded to-do list is.