by Cathryn Lavery · 05 Oct 2020 · 6 min read
Time is our most valuable resource, yet how many of us secure our calendars in the same way we secure our homes? You wouldn't leave home without locking the door, but we often leave the house without knowing exactly what we're doing that day and when.
The spread of the current pandemic and the resultant quarantine is affecting all of us at the moment, and for each person its effects are unique. Something I know I've been struggling with in the midst of this change is holding onto my creativity, and somehow I don't think I'm alone in that fact.
We are in the throes of a global pandemic, which no one has any prior experience in. Yet, advice on how to deal with this crisis is everywhere: "Be productive, write that book, start that business, reinvent your business, do what you previously didn't have time for, work out, take on a hobby, use this time wisely, change the world," they all say.
Change your morning; change your day. With all the benefits that a morning routine has to offer, don't sleep on it. Check these seven habits for better mornings that can easily fit into your day.
What if I told you that multi-tasking was the biggest inefficient skill you had? As women, we were sold this lie about the power of multitasking to ensure we continue working harder and producing standard work while never realizing our full intellectual capacity. It literally is what most of us are doing subconsciously.