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  • Writer's pictureKallie Mosier

It's OK to not have it all figured out...

Do you ever feel like you are the only person drowning in your to-do list? Do you ever look at the people around you and wonder how they have it all together? How does anyone keep all their ducks in a row?!

Even for myself, I think people overestimate how organized I am. They think because I work full time, run 2 side hustles, manage my household, chair the school council, organize events and activities, and get my kids to things on time that I am “organized.”

I’m not.

All the things I manage to get done are with the help of LISTS, REMINDERS, and SUPPORT. I set reminders in my phone to make sure that I do things like giveaways on time, heck I even have one to remind me to take my medication everyday! I LOVE physical organizing. I love how organizing turns chaos into simplicity but, having the TIME to organize is a whole other thing. I already don’t have time to exercise, make dinner and get to sleep at a decent hour. How can I also not have time to organize? It is all about PRIORITIES. If your workout is a priority to you - you will find a way to get it done. If you’d rather wake up in the morning and put on a face of makeup and do your hair - you will make the time to do that.

Think about all those things in the back of your mind that you have been thinking you'd like to get done. When is it really going to get done? Rainy day? Next weekend? Do you use checklists? How do you prioritize your tasks? Are you a pen and paper kind of organizer or do you prefer to use technology?

For me, I rely on my Amazon Alexa. A lot.

“Alexa, add milk to my grocery list” “Alexa, remind me to take the pizza out in 15 minutes”

What I’m saying is, it’s okay to not have it all figured out! Even an assistant needs an assistant. We all need help now and again!

However, when your business to-do list becomes longer than you can handle, that’s where we come in to help you to the finish line. Many hands make light work!

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