Once upon a time I was a mostly-stay-at-home mom, and “busy” meant volunteering at school, organizing the book fair, cleaning house, doing 10 loads of laundry, and carpooling.
Today, my “busy” is completely different. My kids are grown, and I’m self-employed. On any given day, I might juggle writing assignments for 3 different editors, give a presentation at a diabetes workshop, work with a client who wants to lower their cholesterol, or teach an intro to nutrition class to nursing students.
No matter where you are in life, it gets busy. One thing I’ve learned, is that you have to have a plan in order to juggle it all. You know, make a to-do list every night, so you’re ready to roll the next day. Set alarms, and keep a schedule. Most of us know how to do that for our appointments and commitments, but do you do that for your health? Continue Reading..