• Stacey J.

Hey beautiful! Does your time management suck?

Happy New You Year!! It's 2019 and everyone is excited about making bigger and better changes in their life, I know I am. Recently I took a poll from our Facebook members on what they needed help with and the majority replied with "better time management." I wasn't surprised because many people struggle with juggling their time including myself.

In 2018, I started eliminating things out of my life that weren't essential. From events, people, meetings and too much social media. I decided to quantify what was truly important and what was not. Doing so gave me more time to do the things that really mattered and showed me how much time I was truly wasting. That included money, mental and physical energy.

Let's face it, there's only 24 hours in a day and there's no way you will accomplish everything in that short amount of time. Wouldn't you rather make conscious choices, so you can allocate more of your time doing things that are valuable to you? If desire to be that person and you are sick and tired of being sick and tired of running around like a soccer mom on steroids, then it's time for you to stop talking about it and be about it! You only get one life!

It's time to stop complaining about....


Instead replace that with.....


When we invest the time to properly organize ourselves this helps us to stress less and accomplish more in a shorter period of time. Having more free time can help you take advantage of opportunities and to focus on what matters most, which can improve other areas of your life as well.

It's time to develop some willpower and self-discipline ladies for 2019. Check out these 10 tips to help you enforce your new daily time management habits.

1. 30 day commitment – Three to four weeks is a nice start make a habit. If you can make it through the initial conditioning phase, it becomes much easier to sustain. Add it to your calendar for an easy reminder.

2. Write it Down – Don't try to keep your entire schedule or to do list in your head. Write it down! Seeing your schedule not only helps you remember but gives you a view of what your day, week or month looks like.

3. Do it Daily – Consistency is critical if you want to make a habit stick. If you want to improve your time management, you need to repeat the process every day. Doing it sporadic will make it harder to form it as a habit.

4. Remind Yourself – When you find yourself losing momentum or reverting back to your bad time management ways, STOP! And remind yourself the reason you’re doing this in the first place. TO STOP THE MADNESS!

5. Get you a partner – Find someone who needs better time management implemented in their life as well and do it together.

6. Nobody's perfect – Don’t expect all your attempts to change habits to be successful immediately. It takes time, intention and practice. Try your best but expect a few bumps along the way.

7. Know the Benefits – Only you know how reconstructing your time management will help your life. I know a few reasons I'm doing it is to stress less, be more productive and create time to do more of what matters to me. What's about you?

8. Know the Pain – You should also be aware of the consequences. Falling back into dysfunctional habits that you are trying to eliminate in the first place should be a pain point. Knowing the downsides of not making a change will give you added motivation.

9. Because you only get one life to live - Stop living a life of constant chaos. It's your life so design it.

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About Me

Stacey J. is a life enthusiast, media personality, entrepreneur and Founder of LIVE365 Empowerment and LIVE365 Radio. 

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