It’s January, when we all look at our lives and try to improve them. To become better people. Or at least to figure out how to keep from running out of toothpaste.
I’m in that mode myself. I needed to rethink some things and develop some better habits about my own time management, so I thought I’d share some of these thoughts on the podcast.
Are these time management tips all new? Nope. In fact, there is even some overlap with the previous episode; but that’s OK. Each day brings new perspectives, and since that episode was many moons ago (you’ll hear why in this one), we all might need to hear some of this stuff again.
I think you might get motivated to get back in the groove! I definitely feel better since re-incorporating these time management tips into my life.
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Episode 48: Time Management Tips for Homeschool Moms
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