Why Time Management Isn’t Enough

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What we really want, though, when we say we want all those other things, is often just a few free minutes in which we don’t need to be on-call, on-point, on-guard.

What I often find — and what I want to change — is that at the end of the day, I have more time than I have energy.

I had taken the very thing that once brought me balance, and overloaded myself with so much of it, I was falling off the other side of my life.

Clear a little space to ask your body and heart what they need.

You get to define what balance means to you. You get to set your own limits — and they don’t have to be at the brink of physical exhaustion.

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Intentional Living Coach. Catch your balance. Find your path. Move forward with Peace & Purpose. Learn more at BeccaRusinko.com

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Intentional Living Coach. Catch your balance. Find your path. Move forward with Peace & Purpose. Learn more at BeccaRusinko.com

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