Time is one of the few things in life that makes us equal. We all have a 24-hour portion. You cannot have more or less than the other person. How you use yours is entirely up to you!
Moms are one of the busiest humans alive. The task of caring for family and home is far more than anything else known to man.
From the start of your day, you are busy. You have endless daily household chores. Dropping kids at school, picking up and heading over to afterschool clubs, constantly planning dinners, ensuring the kids stay safe and last another day, eliminating every home chaos as best as you can. While sometimes working outside the home in paid employment.
You can't even find time to breathe!
And here I am urging you to create the time to write. Where on earth will you get such time?
Have you tried solving a Rubik cube? I have. I am not an expert. But people who know how to solve this within minutes know they must follow some rules. Or they will never solve it.
Some strategies suggest working your way from the corners. Then, to the middle. Tweaking the blocks as you go! You solve your Rubik when each piece is in the correct position. How is this related to time?
You have a 24-hour portion of time each day. With your Rubik, you have a certain amount of blocks. You cannot add any extra to solve the Rubik. You can only work with what you have got. In the same vein, you have only 24 hours. You cannot get any extra time. You will work with what you have. You move things around until you find a sweet spot for everything.
What can help you tweak things around?
Maria Edgeworth wrote, " When we take care of the moments, the years will take care of themselves."
What does this mean? Although we have 24 hours each day, each moment or second adds up. The sum of where the time went shows us how productive we were. If we waste the moments, we have a wasted day. If we use them well, we have a productive day.
To know how you spent your day, you must have an honest record of how you spent your day. Have a record of time spent on the internet, social media and any other activity. You can then tweak things around to create a comfortable spot.
Although, you still need to do a few more housekeeping. But knowing where the moments go will help you make other adjustments.
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