Developing a working schedule has been a work in progress for me.
God deals with me with my schedule, and its important to me to be on top of my time, because it so easily gets away from me. I've often said I'm like a four year old- I need that structure.
Like a warm cup of coffee has a 31 days cleaning/organizing challenge. Today, it is developing a schedule, which I have actually recently done thanks to fly lady. I've got my "control journal" up and running!
Here is my current schedule:
5:30-7:30a Wake, breakfast, coffee, morning quiet time, dress and morning chores. My chores consist of unloading the dishwasher each morning and folding clothes. I usually try to do one other thing before I leave for work, sweep, dust, or . . . sometimes I just sit and watch the birds out of the dining room window.
8:00-5:00 at my job, working 9 to 5 what a way to make a living, barely getting by, its all taking and no giving....
6:00p Home again. My husband has usually put the dinner I made the night before in the oven. I leisurely eat dinner and spend time with husband.
7:30-8:00p Dog is walked.
8:00-9:00p I make tomorrow's dinner and put in fridge with written instructions to husband on what to do with it. Clean kitchen, start dishwasher and possibly a load of clothes. I lay out my clothes for the next day.
9:00-10:00p bath, blogging and then bedtime.
My two favorite time quotes:
You may not have time to have a clean car, a clean house or clean hair all on the same day, but you do have time to do what God has put you on earth to do, and a little sightseeing along the way. Author unknown.
Organization doesn't solve every problem, but it gives you a tool to better handle what you face on any given day. Author unknown.
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