Work, Love, and Play When No One Has the TimeBook - 2014
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mawls May 12, 2014
The research in this book is thorough and the anecdotes are funny and relatable even for someone who doesn't have kids. It definitely highlights how feeling overwhelmed is all about how you think about the time you have and what a difference your mindset can make. If you're someone who feels ener... Read More »
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What often matters more than the activity we're doing at a moment in time is how we feel about it.
"I think all of the strategies for us to cram more stuff into our calendar is really not the answer; it's figuring out what's important to you and making time to do what's most important first. ... That to-do list will never go away. If you have this if-then mentality, you'll never get to "then." I have trashed the to-do list to help my brain. I do get it all out. I write it all down because then it gives me mental peace ... but right now I try to do one thing a day and if I can do it, that's great. ... And I also give myself permission not to do it." http://www.npr.org/2014/03/11/289018821/for-working-moms-key-to-balance-may-lie-in-elusive-leisure-time
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