I’m finding that its really hard to work 50+ hours a week, make dinner, do the dishes, keep the house clean, keep Rebel With a Fork filled with new stuff, blog, write a new ebook, and get enough sleep. Imagine that!
And if they ever get around to fixing my house and putting in the new windows, I’ll have to repaint the entire inside.
Now, something has to take a backseat for a while, and its been the ebook.
But the goal is still to have it done by September 1.
How will I do that?
One paragraph at a time.
Just like I teach at RebelWithaFork.com, small daily actions get the job done.
If I write just one or two paragraphs a day, I’ll get it done. If I have time to write a whole chapter, I’ll get it done faster, but since I can’t count on that, I just keep plugging away.
Whether its keeping the house clean, eating healthier, losing weight, exercising, learning a new skill, or just finding time to relax – take it in small chunks.
If you try waiting until you have a couple of hours available, well… when does that happen? But 10 minutes a day adds up to an hour a week.
Anyone can find 10 minutes a day. I’ll bet you can find a few 10 minutes a day.
- 10 minutes to make and eat a salad.
- 10 minutes to clean the kitchen.
- 10 minutes to take a walk.
- 10 minutes to read something to help you reach your goals.
How much impact would those little things have on your life?
Don’t waste your minutes waiting for hours to show up. Create hours worth of results – minutes at a time.