What matters most is what matters most to you.
The truth is that no one can tell you exactly when to get up in the morning. Or what kind of morning routine is the best one. It has to start with you.
What is most important to you. We start there, with making sure there is time for whatever that is. And we work backwards from there to how to spend the rest of your time.
What would that be for you?
For me, it's spending time with my son, and having time to myself, so that I can push away my worries by having a quiet time, drinking a cup of tea, reading, and/or watching TV. I also care about helping our days go smoothly enough that my son has time for the things that matter to him, and that we get homeschooling done in a way that doesn't feel rushed. Learning in a hurry just doesn't work.
And the whole reason to worry about things like better productivity or time management is those things that matter. Otherwise, why bother?
Sometimes, I feel frustrated with people who seem to be suggesting that the most important reason is to feel proud of yourself. There are many more important reasons than that. Connecting with those deeper reasons makes it much easier to make the changes that we need to make.
I want you to feel and to be in control of your time. Empowered to choose the way you spend it and happy about the time that creates.
Not that you won’t ever have bad days, or have something unpredictable happen.
But most of the time? You’re spending your days as you choose to spend them: on purpose.
When you live on purpose, your life will change.
And here's a way you can prepare yourself for on-purpose living - more easily, and free of charge! - with the Make More Margin eBook.
It's filled with wisdom and tips for doing more with the time you have, and for finding more time for what matters most. To access and download it, click the graphic below...