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Achieving Life Balance in 3 Steps

Most of us have things in our lives that we want to do and one for sure is achieving life balance. Perhaps you want to work out more, or you want to read more books this year or make more money. Like most of us, do you find yourself wishing you had more time to pursue the things you want to do and the things you need to do?

While balancing your time is important to achieving these goals, some other steps must precede it. As you begin to define these steps, start using a journal to keep track of what it is you discover about yourself, this will help you achieve the work and life balance that you want and will enable you to do those things you want to do and achieve at this point in your life.

1. Make a List of Your Goals

All of us have goals that change regularly and that can reflect other things going on in our life at that time. First, you must list your goals and prioritize them from the most important to the least important. Include the goals you have to achieve and the personal goals you want to achieve.

2. Make a List  of Your Daily Schedule

Although we want more time in our day, we all have the same 24 hours. We use some of these for sleeping and some of these for our work and recreation. If you want to achieve life balance, starts with these. Make a list and write down your daily schedule, including what you must do because they are a commitment. This may include work commitments or school sports commitments with the children.

3 . Prioritize Your Personal Goals with Work  Goals

Don’t minimize the time available to do what you want, especially if they contribute to your life goals or well-being. Include family time and other essential life activities that require your time and attention. I learned from one of my coaches to use different colours in my daily planner. This allows me to see that I have created a lifestyle of balance between work and personal. Give it a try for yourself.

Stick to the Schedule Unless there is an Emergency.

Most people who create a daily schedule keep to it for a while, but not long enough to become a habit. Habits take around 3 weeks to form, so if you want your new approach to work and lifestyle to be maintained, you must protect it at all costs. If you want to achieve life balance and your own personal goals, you must protect them at all costs. Eventually, the changes you implement will become second nature, but you need to stay in control of your time management until then.

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4. Make a Schedule for your fitness and wellness

For many people, fitness and wellness are life goals. If this is your goal, you need to schedule the time for it every day or week. To achieve life balance, it is best to plan when you can exercise because you can’t do it if there is no space on your schedule, and you don’t want to feel guilty about not doing it either.

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