How to Add 20 Minutes to Your Day

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What do you think? Adding 20 minutes to your day sounds great, right? It seems everyone I talk to is pressed and stressed, frazzled and frustrated and trying to figure out how to accomplish everything scheduled for that day. But is adding time to an overloaded schedule even possible…? I think it is and the answer may be found somewhere you haven’t thought to look before.

Sunset at Clearwater Beach, FL

Sunset at Clearwater Beach, FL

I wrote this post for the CAN (Christian Authors Network) blog this week, but I think it applies to dream chasers everywhere. It’s oh-so-easy to get sucked into being crazy-busy, but not feeling we’re making any forward progress.

So lately, I’ve started a list. Essentially, it’s a Cost/Benefit Analysis – of my time.

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…Please click here to continue reading, “How to Add 20 Minutes to Your Day.”

I hope you’ll check out the post, and leave a comment either here or on the CAN blog, with your best strategies for conquering activity overload. It’s a constant challenge, isn’t it?

But it’s worth it! I’ve been busy trimming and pruning activities from my life and I have to tell you, the relief is huge. Really huge. And doing so allows room for unexpected surprises and gifts, too. (Like the friend who called and invited me to escape to the beach for a day on the spur of the moment! What fun!)

I hope you are having a wonderfully slow-paced summer this year, on purpose, enjoying every moment.  (In cased you missed “5 Tips for a Slow-paced Summer”, here’s the link).

Take itme to rest. Read. Recharge. Dream…and have fun!

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