Hi, I’m Marcia.
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Today I want to talk a bit about why I chose this topic and what it means to me.
It’s no secret I’m passionate about time management, goal-setting and organising.
However I’ve written two series on organising, goal-setting seems to be quite seasonal for most people (not for me, of course – I could talk about it til the cows come home) and so I really wanted to write about time.
But to many, time seems to be this fleeting resource most of us want more of but can’t seem to grasp.
And yet… that is not my perception of time at all.
There is enough time for everything I want to do. Yes, time seems to pass quickly, especially when I’m having fun, but generally I don’t feel that I don’t have time for what I want to do.
So that’s what I’m going to explore this month.
This is not going to be a series of how to do 5 things at the same time – while watching TV, you’re doing your filing, supervising homework, painting your nails and cooking.
Instead, this is going to question whether you even should be doing all those 5 things, and if you decide yes, a few ideas to design your life to enjoy the process more.
Practically speaking, since it’s just me writing, I have loosely planned my series to have quick posts; also, easy posts will be interspersed with lengthier ones.
I don’t have every last thing decided on so please let me know in the comments what I really need to cover to make reading here worthwhile for you.
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