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Would You Like to Have More Time in Your Week?

Life often feels like a race against the clock, especially for women juggling multiple responsibilities.

From managing careers to maintaining households, time is a precious commodity that seems to slip through our fingers. However, there are several common habits and activities that can waste time and cause frustration. Here are some insights into these time-wasters and tips on how to reclaim your valuable time.



Frequent Health Appointments

Regular health appointments like visiting the doctor, chiropractor, or osteopath are essential, but they can be time-consuming. Taking time off work or from your business to attend these appointments, coupled with travel time and the likelihood of doctors running late, can leave you feeling frustrated and undervalued.


Consolidate Appointments: Try to schedule multiple health appointments on the same day.

Virtual Visits: Opt for telehealth services when possible to save travel time.

Optimize Schedule: Book appointments during less busy times at work or during off-peak hours at the clinic.

Living with Pain

Chronic pain can slow down your daily activities, making even simple tasks take longer. This not only affects your efficiency but also your mood and overall quality of life.


Preventative Care: Focus on regular exercise, proper ergonomics, and other preventative measures.

Efficient Pain Management: Seek effective pain management strategies and treatments that fit into your schedule.

Poor Time Management and Planning

Not having a clear plan for your day can lead to a bad mood and inefficiency. Without a structured schedule, it’s easy to waste time on less important tasks.


Daily Planning: Spend a few minutes each evening planning the next day.

Prioritise Tasks: Focus on high-priority tasks first to ensure the most important things get done.

Time Blocks: Use time-blocking techniques to allocate specific times for specific activities.

Self-Care Overload

While self-care is important, overdoing it with frequent botox, facials, massages, manicures, and pedicures can eat into your time and budget.


Balance: Find a balance that allows for self-care without overindulgence.

Simplify: Simplify your self-care routine with at-home treatments or less frequent appointments.

Poor Sleep

Lack of quality sleep can derail your entire day. When you’re exhausted, you’re more likely to be forgetful, make mistakes, and waste time.


Sleep Hygiene: Improve your sleep hygiene with a consistent bedtime routine and a sleep-friendly environment.

Relaxation Techniques: Use relaxation techniques such as meditation or reading before bed.

Phone Distractions

Spending too much time on your phone, especially on social media, can waste precious time and leave you feeling dissatisfied.


Set Limits: Use app timers to limit time spent on social media.

Be Present: Focus on enjoying your own life rather than comparing it to others online.

Inefficient Business Strategies

Investing time and money in new business ideas that don’t yield results can be frustrating and time-wasting, especially if underlying issues like unconscious money blocks are present.


Evaluate Strategies: Regularly evaluate the effectiveness of your business strategies.

Seek Guidance: Work with a business coach or mentor to identify and overcome money blocks.

Final Thoughts

Reclaiming time in your week starts with identifying and addressing the habits and activities that waste your time. Reflect on your daily routines and consider implementing some of these suggestions. By making small changes, you can significantly improve your time management, reduce frustration, and enhance your overall well-being.

Ask Yourself:

What am I still doing that is wasting time and money?

What can I do to stop these time-wasters for good?

Start making changes today to enjoy a more productive, less stressful week!


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