Struggling with time management or simply making yourself do what needs to be done? I totally understand. One easy solution for giving yourself an out while still getting work accomplished is to use a timer. My sister gave me an awesome retro-looking, magnetic timer that I have stuck to the side of our office filing cabinet. I set it for 20 minutes and then start working. Guilt-free out? When it goes off, I stop filing/cleaning and I leave the room - cleaning progress has been made, but I don't feel trapped because there's no end in sight. Win-Win!
1.Spend 1 hour a week looking into getting articles published in magazines and online
2.Spend 20 minutes a day working on the laundry room
3.Finish our taxes
4.List items on Craigslist/eBay/Amazon, continue to clean out for spring yard sale
5.Turn off the computer (no email, online banking, FB, blogs, or Pinterest) one day a week (Sunday)
What are YOUR bite-sized goals for the month?
*New to the whole Little Bites idea? You can read the original post by clicking HERE.
C.S. Lewis once said, “You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream." Dream BIG. After going "there and back again," The Hubs & I have created a home that is full of books, stimulating conversation, and the laughter of our five kids. We have been the recipients of Amazing Grace, and our life goals can be summed up in four words: Love God, love people.