Updated: Sep 2, 2019

School is about to start (or has already started in some areas). Calendars are about to fill up with school events, field trips, and sports.

Bottom line…it's about to get hectic!

Are you so busy that you are not being productive?

You're probably wondering what I mean by that. Let me explain. You see, being busy means that you have so much going on and things are just out of control. You know things need to get done but don't have an action plan to accomplish them all. Maybe you try to remember everything instead of taking the time to write them down. Oh, not to mention feeling frustrated because things aren't working out the way you expected.

Being productive means that you've taken the time to plan out all of the things that need to be done. You have an action plan to tackle everything you need to do. Being productive allows you to gain clarity, prepare and plan out the steps to complete tasks. It allows you to make time for what's important and not feel overwhelmed. 

In one of my previous blog post (6 Solutions to Overcome feeling Overwhelmed) I mentioned planning out your week/days, food shopping, meal planning, etc. I think the hardest thing for me was trying to figure out what to cook for dinner. You work all day, kids come home from school and everyone is wondering what's for dinner. Then you realize that you forgot to take meat out so you can cook dinner. Been there, done that. 

Planning is a whole lot easier when you have the tools to organize everything. Download your free planner to help you manage your days and stay in control so you won't feel overwhelmed. The planner includes a weekly planner, daily planner, food shopping list and meal planner. 

So, let's get to planning!

Click here to download your planner.

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