How to Manage Your Time for Health and Happiness | The MilSpo's Guide to Self-Care
with Amy Bushatz | HumansOutside.com
Instead of being time’s ninja master, I had become a slave to my own silliness and the stupid idea that managing my time well had to result in crazy productivity and running myself ragged. I learned that real time management means having time to be a whole, happy person. [Click to Tweet]
Read Amy's introductory post here.
Discover how to:
Understand what makes you happy.
Figure out where your time goes.
Develop tricks for using your time for the things you enjoy - while ditching the things you don’t.
Group Coaching Session:
We will host a coaching session with Amy Bushatz on Wednesday, March 16 via Google Hangouts at 8 p.m. EST . An email reminder will go out to all registrants Sunday, March 13.
Space will be limited to those who RSVP first. The link to join will be emailed the morning of the meeting to those who have been selected to participate. Session will be recorded and posted here afterwards.
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- XO Kimberly, Leslie, and Michele
about Amy Bushatz
Amy is the owner, author and editor of HumansOutside.com, a site dedicated to helping people like her get outside. A reluctant camping enthusiast, she is getting ready to move across the country to start a brand new outdoor-centric adventure with her family outside the active duty Army.
A long time news reporter and editor, Amy is the spouse and family managing editor for Military.com where she covers military family news from wherever her family is stationed. Amy is a coffee drinker, a Team Red, White and Blue volunteer, a full-time mom of two, a triathlete and CrossFitter and, above all, a time management aficionado.
about Gretchen Rubin
Gretchen Rubin is one of the most thought-provoking and influential writers on habits and happiness. Her New York Times bestseller, Better than Before, is about how we change our habits. The Happiness Project and Happier at Home were both instant bestsellers, and The Happiness Project spent more than two years on the bestseller list, including at #1. Her books have sold more than two million copies, in 30 languages. She has a popular podcast, Happier with Gretchen Rubin. Here, she talks about test-driving ideas from contemporary science and ancient wisdom about building good habits and a happier life.
about Laura Vanderkam
Laura Vanderkam is the author of I Know How She Does It: How Successful Women Build Lives That Work. Based on a time diary study of 1001 days in the lives of professional women and their families, this book takes a practical approach to the question of how people combine work and family while enjoying their own sweet time too. Laura is also the author of What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast, 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think, and All the Money in the World: What the Happiest People Know About Wealth.