Good morning you lovely people and welcome to my Midweek Wednesday blog. Hope your all ok.
Today I'm gonna tell you about my experience with "Making you Time!"
I'm a single mum, carer, full time business owner and have a house to run as well, anyone else in this position can probably relate to the feeling of not having enough hours in the day to get everything done.
When I first launched my business for the first few months things were a bit mad, my daughter wasn't get enough mummy time and play time outside my office space (my office is in my room) I wasn't getting hardly any time away from the Computer or a break from my bedroom.
The Effects caused....
After a while my daughter was playing up more and more and wasn't really going to sleep early although she had school in the mornings.
Now I had to ask myself why and what could I do? After a while it became apparent my daughter is very active and needs high energy stimulation to keep her focused, calm and also to tire her out and being stuck in my room most days wasn't the answer I needed.
After speaking with a friend I soon realised I need to time block and make time for me as my energy was draining away, getting very tired, not sleeping properly and not really eating properly as I would eat in my room therefore so did my daughter.
So one evening on a rare occasion my Daughter actually went to sleep at a reasonable time I just turned off my pc, sat a gazed out the window and being present in the moment for around an hour, picked up my book "Start with Why" and just read a couple of chapters and made some pointers in my note pad.
The Outlook was brighter!
It was during this time it came to me what I had to do. After a decent night sleep and my energy levels back up I realised I needed to make sure I was taking time out to be with my daughter and take some time in the evenings to just be me!
I wasn't really one who had made time for me, many years ago I use to make Sundays my day, so the day I sat and done my nails, face routine etc and all this had stopped a long time ago and I'd forgotten what it was like to have me time. This new outlook gave me the chance to remember this is what I used to do and made me re