Five ways to make everyday count

Five ways to make everyday count

For most of us, life is busy and constant most of the time. I like to be organised, and with 3 young kids I need to be organised. I’m pretty good at it sometimes but things still slip through; or I get waylaid by other things I think I should be doing (that I don’t actually need to do). Pretty soon, goals fade and I live from day to day in survival mode.

Too busy not to have a strategy

Too busy not to have a strategy

We all have busy seasons in life and work. There are natural rhythms and cycles in different industries and different roles. But if you are constantly too busy and there is no light at the end of the Busy Tunnel, then you are doomed to be a slave to your busy way of life. You’re on the rat wheel.

Save one day a week from unnecessary work

Save one day a week from unnecessary work

Or hundred of hours every year…

Does this sound too wishful or impossible? It doesn’t need to be. We all have habits we would like to change. There are things we do instinctively, because we have gotten used to doing something one particular way. Or it just seems like too much trouble to find a better way to complete a task. Or we seem comfortable enough with what we already have and settle for mediocre…