s a homeschooler, there’s no doubt about the huge load of responsibilities you have.
You must multi-task and work well under pressure, while maintaining a friendly and enthusiastic attitude.
You must also be a teacher, curriculum specialist, guidance counselor, secretary, school nurse, and janitor, in addition to, all the other mom jobs.
With all of that responsibility, you wish you had more time.
You wish you could accomplish more with less time and effort, but you always feel that your time is limited.
You aspire to be more successful at homeschooling and parenting, but you feel overwhelmed and stressed out most of the time.
You desire to make better decisions and take advantage of more opportunities, but your limited time makes it unlikely.
Time is highly valuable, and you can experience some pretty negative consequences if you don’t manage it well. These results may include, but are not limited to: poor punctuality, rushing through things, impatience in achieving the end result, poorly defined goals and poor performance, lack of energy, and many more, unfortunately.
Well, here’s the thing. The solution to all of this is time management, and this is where I come in.
The solution to all of this is time management, and this is where I come in. My name is Fatima Hachem. I am a personal development and productivity blogger, and time management is one of my specialties.
My name is Fatima Hachem. I am a personal development and productivity blogger, and time management is one of my specialties.
Time management enabled me to be the very organized, punctual, and responsible person that I am today.
If you ask me what my number one tip is on how to make the most out of your day, I’d say it’s to always plan ahead of time. It will help you visualize the roadmap of your day and see everything in front of you in an orderly fashion.
I can’t stress enough on planning because it’s the key to time management, however, time management is not all about planning.
If you want to know more on how you can manage your time, tune in to the Islamic Homeschool Convention on March 18 where I’ll be speaking about how you can manage your time in five simple and essential steps, inshaAllah.
Get ready to benefit from getting more work done with less effort, time, conflicts, reworks, and stress; more time and opportunities available; an improved reputation; and spending more time where it matters. All, just by time management.
If you have any questions that you’d like me to address about time manage, comment below.
I’d also like to know, what are some of your struggles with time management?