Friday, December 17, 2010

laying low

i know you're probably wondering where i've been lately. during my 40 day yoga challenge i was posting pretty frequently and while i enjoyed that i've decided to take a wee brake. a bit of breathing room perhaps.

i just recently finished "168 hours: you have more time than you think" by laura vanderkam. fabulous book! this week i am keeping a time log. i started it on sunday and will wrap it up tomorrow night. i'm not exactly the best at doing "billable hours" or keeping excellent track of my time but i'm trying to stay ahead of it. or at least the best i can. this will give me a decent idea as to where exactly my time is going.

interested in where your time is going or seeing how you can create a little more time here and there? check out laura's website and print or download a copy of her time management spreadsheet. if you've read this book or kept track of where your time is going i'd love to hear from you.

have a lovely weekend!

hugs & namaste

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AnnMarie Burrows said...

Most of your time sweety is spent doing Yoga! lol most of mine is spent on face book! lol I think that would be a worthwhile look-see. In order for me to really know where its going. Sadly, I can pretty much predict it is not going into what it should. ie: walking, excersizing, know useful and healthful things lol. I would like to get a head start on the New Years resolution bandwagon and say that I will be working out more, writing more. Hopefully from our new home in my old state.We shall see. I have been baking my butt off this past week. ok well, Melita you never cease to inspire and delight me with your tireless efforts to better yourself and those of us around you! I love you mucho! and Wish the best for you in this holiday season and coming year! hugs ...Namaste

Donica said...

You deserve a break!

I'm very interested in this book! It seems you've taken some great things away from it. I need to get my hands on it asap

Yoga Chick 2011 said...

This book looks great! I am self-employed as a music teacher and I can really use a book like this one. I am going to look deeper. Thank you, Melita!