What mom doesn't want to save time? Pinpoint what's eating into your schedule and eliminate the feeling that you're always on the go. You might even discover some "me" time to enjoy.
Finding extra minutes is hard when you're not sure where they're going in the first place. Track your day to target those time wasters that are sucking those precious seconds out of your schedule. A simple KIDS approach will help you spot those time-hungry activities.
Even clean freaks can't spend every waking moment with a mop in one hand and a feather duster in the other. Time your household chores to give yourself a break and get the family involved. You'll save time and your house will still be clean.
Once you know where your minutes are going, you can take a new approach to help you save time. Working on your family's routine, delegating chores and scheduling downtime for yourself are crucial to a time management strategy that works.
Feeling like the clock hands are spinning out of control is no way to go about your day. Create a time management plan that puts you in charge of every minute.
You're not trying to micromanage your family's schedule. You're simply identifying your day's priorities and setting realistic goals to stop time from bullying you from morning to night.