How to Make Time for What Matters Most

You might not know this about me, but outside of Create Happy, writing, and coaching women, I am also a marketing consultant, copywriter, and editor.

I am working on lots of projects, have a full and rich social life, do my best to care for my body, mind, and soul with healthy eating, meditating, exercising, and practicing Qi Gong. I also make sure to fit in some Bachelor (woohoo, Nick!) and relaxing, of course. 😉 In the coming months I’ll be traveling to LA, Charlotte, New York, Boston, Boca Raton, and back to New York.

One of my most desired feelings is spaciousness, feeling like I have time and space for everything that’s important to me. My travels are all centered around personal development and nurturing important relationships, two of my highest values.

I’m saying all of this to show that although there’s quite a lot going on, I feel the most calm and grounded I’ve ever felt.

What I’ve learned over the years as a recovering “overwhelm addict” is that spaciousness is a choice. Making time for what’s most important is always possible.

There are some very clear steps to make time for what matters most and I want to share them with you.

Here’s a free PDF outlining the six steps to making time.

I also recorded an audio if you’re on the go and listening is easier for you.

I would love to hear how these steps work for you after implementing them into your life. Let me know!

To making time,

PS – Be on the lookout for Making Time, a time management course for busy women who want more time for what matters most. 

I’ll be opening up the first round of Making Time next week. I’m looking for 30 dedicated and busy women who are ready to commit to creating more time for what’s truly important.

The goal is that you will not only be able to fit more meaning into your day, but you’ll do so with calmness of mind.

If you want to reserve your spot now, email me at [email protected] and let me know. 🙂

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