Busy is the new fine.
How many times do you answer "BUSY!" when someone asks how you are. Not, "Wonderful. Lovely. Super excited for this life. Peaceful. Calm. Wishing I had a taco right now." No, instead, it's "Really busy."
Mel Robbins said it best when she truthfully bombed us with, "Business is the ultimate form of laziness. Staying busy is our way of avoiding the things we really need to do."
I've committed my life to being full and productive, not busy. I want to fill my minutes with efficiency, not bleed them dry until my entire family is fall-down exhausted.
This episode will take you through the differences between business and productivity and how to become productive with the time you have. No more idle busy work for you, mama.
WHAT YOU'LL HEAR TODAY:
The big difference between being busy and being productive
How to use productivity to move you closer toward achieving your goals
The reason we wear "busy" as a badge of honor and why I'm committed to letting that go.
How fear plays an important part of why we busy up our days and schedules
Some best practices for becoming more productive and ditching your Busy Mom Title
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