Let’s face it, life gets busy. It’s easy to let your priorities drift away, and before you know it, your true passions get buried. When this happens, what do you do?

As a young professional, I allowed work assignments, extra meetings and events dictate what I did with my time. That, along with other extra-curricular activities, left me feeling … exhausted!

Have you ever felt this way?
If you’re feeling like you need to regroup and focus on your priorities follow these 5 Steps for Taking Control of Your Time. Download my free printable, and use this handy resource to help you make a daily plan for success.
1. Utilize my FREE Today List.  {Download it here}

2. List your top 3 life priorities. Is it family and friends; your career and good health; peace of mind; or is it leisure and travel?

3. List the top 3 things that must get done today. Write them down. Eliminate distractions, and stay laser focused. You’ll be surprised at what you can accomplish!

4. Write down your appointments. Before saying “yes” or “no”, give yourself twenty-four hours to think about whether the opportunity fits into what you value most. Only commit to those things that fit into your priorities.

5. Use other Today List blocks wisely. List important emails that must be sent, messages or notes from the day, errands to run, and a list of things you need when you’re out. Write down things to do tomorrow, and most importantly … do ONE “me time” activity every day to refresh yourself. Last but not least, hydrate, hydrate, and hydrate!

#FITSuccessTip: Don’t be afraid to make compromises. Sometimes honoring your priorities will require you to negotiate with your boss, spouse, child, friend or family member.

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