Can you believe it? This is the last day of the series and it’s been FABULOUS!
I got what I wanted out of it, which is the discipline to get something up every day this month.
Moreover I could actually write every day for another 2 months which is exciting to know since time management is my thing.
If you missed some (or a lot of) posts, simply click this link (or the 31 days of enough time label under each post) and you’ll be able to read all the posts in order.
I hope that you were inspired, motivated and challenged to take a different course of action.
This was the plan for the month:
Mondays – something to challenge your thinking
Tuesdays – favourite time management books
Wednesdays – a full-length article so something a bit meatier
Thursdays – my favourite time management tools
Fridays – time management myths
Saturdays – practical tips to create enough time
Sundays – inspiring quote on a pretty picture (all taken by me)
Now that you’ve read for 31 days, what next?
Well, it takes time to embed new habits. When I embarked on my own time management journey, it took me three months to change my old thinking patterns and solidify good habits.
You’ll probably have the same experience.
I have a few other resources to help you on your journey:
- If you’re not already signed up to my weekly mailing list, please do so here. You’ll get my free Time Management Purpose Pack as your welcome gift.
- The Time Makeover Experience
- Organise your Time
- Break out of overwhelm
- my books: Live Organised and 31 days of easy organising solutions
And because of my increased focus on time, I saw and read a few great things on the internet this month.
This post by Penelope Trunk was my favourite one of all. And this quote is seriously my favourite one on time.
Everything I’ve written over this month has boiled down to this one thought:
There’s enough time for everything you want to do but you have to get clear on exactly what you want, and get happy not doing everything else.
Until then, life will continue to be frenetic and you will continue to be frazzled
Which was your favourite post (or series of posts) in the series?
PS Please share on social media if you’ve enjoyed a post… it’s encouraging for me to feel like what I’ve written has actually impacted one or two people.