I’m not naturally organized. Even now, while I manage my time, paper and digital information well, my physical stuff is … well, I lose my phone at least 5 times a day. I had to replace car keys about a month ago (expensive – yikes – don’t lose those). By the end of each day, my house looks like a bomb went off (though it’s beautiful again before I go to bed because it makes me happy to wake up to a clean kitchen and the coffee machine ready for action).
And I believe my lack of natural organization makes me pretty darn good at what I do now — helping you learn how to organize your time.
Well, here’s what the flip side looks like: I had a teacher in high school who was brilliant and kind. But he was … well, brilliant. He sometimes just couldn’t understand why I didn’t naturally understand the stuff he was teaching. He didn’t really know what it felt like to be confused by that concept or know how to break it down into bite-sized steps. You know what I mean?
When it comes to time management and life organization, my friend, you have NOTHING to fear about me being brilliant or natural with this stuff.
In fact, I’ll happily tell you about the times I felt buried under to-do lists and post-it notes, lost about what I should focus on to be effective, and overwhelmed by work to the point that I couldn’t focus on what my friends were saying when we finally found time to get together.
I get excited to relive those moments because I DON’T feel that way anymore. I feel the complete opposite now – in control of my time, clear on what’s on my plate, and I have peace of mind because I have a game plan to get it all done. I’m able to truly focus on my husband, kiddo, friends and family when I get to see them.
I LOVE this stuff because I know how it feels to be on both sides of this — and that the work to set up a system to take control of your time is LIFE-CHANGING.
If you’re interested in getting started, check out ways we can work together. Also feel free to send me an email, I’d love to chat with you. And just rest easy knowing I get how you’re feeling, and I so badly want to get you where you want to go.