Un-busying your life

5 Mar 2019

Following on from last week, Bec & Tara dive into how to reduce the busy-ness of your life.If you're ready to jump off that hamster wheel, listen in for tips and hacks on how to reduce your "busy" feeling and slow your life down a little.

From committees to drama, from being a "yes person" to accidentally volunteering for things noone asked you to, Bec & Tara will help you smooth your schedule and ease the frenzy. Learn Bec's habit of saying no, and find out what Tara means by her "tomato and basil" tasks.

Show Notes:

Once you have rid yourself of the tangible things that hold you back, you need to rid yourself of the intangible things that hold you back, like over-full schedules and chaos.

Forget the stereotypes that busy=important or busy= successful.

Let other people worry about their busy lives and you find a rhythm and routine that works for you and your family.

Redefine what success is and what it looks like for you. Make sure you are happy with your own existence.

Time Management Matrix by Stephen Covey – Urgent vs Important

Be efficient: Stop doing things the same way, just because you’ve always done then that way. Ask yourself if you could streamline or simplify tasks.

Opt out - the power of saying ‘no’: Saying no to be proactive- not reactive.

Set your values and goals: If tasks don't align with these then ask yourself why you’re really doing them

Forget perfection: Often near enough is good enough.

Let go of needless drama: Don't subscribe to people or situations that create drama and chaos in your life where you don't need it.

Clear the clutter: The less you have in your house, mind, schedule- the less you have to organise.

Free 'Busting the busy-ness’ guide. Available here: www.basklifecoaching.com.

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