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Kathy PeelKathy Peel brings hope and encouragement to moms everywhere. She often speaks about bringing sanity to the chaotic lifestyles of busy families, but she also gives powerful presentations drawing on stories of God’s faithfulness and lessons she has learned through overcoming an eating disorder, dealing with breast cancer, and facing financial disaster. read bio
The 10 Most Important Things to Remember about Time Management
1. Unless you set and resolve to live by your own priorities (the ones you've set to run your household), you'll wear yourselves out trying to meet the demands and expectations of others.
2. You—like everyone else—have 60 minutes in each hour, 24 hours a day. Time is made up of moments, and moments are manageable.
3. The minutes of your days come with a choice: Only you can decide how you'll spend them.
4. Don't let the things that matter least to you rob time from the things that matter most to you.
5. There is no such thing as unimportant time. Each moment is a gift.
6. As you become the manager of your time, you'll begin saving hours, and every hour you save is an hour added to your life.
7. Be flexible. Unexpected events can interrupt the best routines. Bend with the interruption instead of resisting it.
8. When you say yes to something, you're saying no to something else. Don't let it be your family.
9. When you are more efficient at performing the tasks you must do, you have more time for the things that matter most to you.
10. How you carry out each 24-hour day can make the difference between a household in constant uproar and one that hums along smoothly.
Used with permission from The Busy Mom's Guide to a Happy, Organized Home by Kathy Peel.blog comments powered by Disqus