Life gets crazy from time to time and we get busy. Really busy. Sometimes it can be overwhelming working and trying to making time for yourself and your friends and family.

Below are some helpful tips on how to manage your schedule, relax and not feel guilty about taking a little me time every now and again.

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CFHHow to Make Time for Family, Friends and Yourself in Your Busy Life – General Board of Pension and Health Benefits

Developing an effective time-management strategy is key for taking control of your free time and investing in what matters most-your family, friends and personal growth. Here are some ways to ensure you get more ‘quality time’ to spend as you see fit. First Step Start with managing your time “on the clock.”

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5 Ways To Make Time For Yourself Without Feeling Guilty About It

” All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”- English proverb It just drains all of life’s enjoyment. You just want to relax and watch a good movie but you feel guilty about claiming two full hours out of the day.

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Relax! You’ll Be More Productive

THINK for a moment about your typical workday. Do you wake up tired? Check your e-mail before you get out of bed? Skip breakfast or grab something on the run that’s not particularly nutritious? Rarely get away from your desk for lunch? Run from meeting to meeting with no time in between?

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8 Ways to Put Yourself on Your Priority List

SparkPeople advertisers help keep the site free! Learn more Finding Time for ”Me” Time How often have you found yourself thinking or saying the following? “I wish I had more time for myself.” “I’m so busy! I don’t have a moment to breathe.” “I need more hours in the day.”

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Pam Didner

Posted on

July 12, 2013

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