Don't spend so much time sitting at the computer just chatting on your teams that you don't have time to exercise or eat right. Cut out the Spark teams you have nothing in common with and keep the ones who motivate you and that you motivate. Limit your sitting at the computer time that way.
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After baby #2 came along, it seemed I was always flustered and running late. I realized my day planning needed a reality check!
The solution? For 2 weeks I timed routine activities whenever possible. For example, I tracked: -The average time of morning and evening commute -Average time per night to bathe kids -Average time to dress kids -Average time to cook dinner -Average time to clean up each night -Average time per grocery trip (still tracking)
Time it down to the minute and log it in Excel, then average it over time. The time you spend doing this will pay off big in your ability to better plan your day and week. Its also an eye-opener to see where you could scale back.
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