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  • 1. having it allbalancing blogging & life
  • 2. my storyKelly Whalenfounder Centsible Life & principal SplashCreative Mediamom of 4wifeactive lifestyle
  • 3. balance: is it amyth? balance is defined as:“a state of equilibrium”“mental steadiness or emotional stability”“habit of calm behavior and judgment” @centsiblel
  • 4. balance: is it amyth?balance doesn’t happen all at oncebalance is not permanentbalance doesn’t always lead to the bestideasdon’t be afraid to be ‘unbalanced’balance is about knowing what’s importantto you @centsiblel
  • 5. goal setting your life, yourset goals for your business,relationships. long-term: know what you’re working for yearly, quarterly, monthly: break it down short-term: immediate payoffuse SMART goal setting: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Timely @centsiblel
  • 6. life listcreate a life list or bucket list evolves with you add to it create a family list or one with your partner/spouse @centsiblel
  • 7. to docreate to do lists master list break categories down daily to do list @centsiblel
  • 8. time boxtime box: comes from project planning; allots a fixed period of time for anactivity create a schedule for your day, week, year include unstructured time include time where you disconnect works for work, household, errands, and with @centsiblelkids
  • 9. email triageset times to look at emailcreate folders for projects, sponsors, etc.make template responsesdon’t be afraid of delete @centsiblel
  • 10. email triage FoldersEmpty Inbox @centsiblel
  • 11. find your focusTherell come a writing phase where youhave to defend the time, unplug thephone and put in the hours to get it done. -James Taylor @centsiblel
  • 12. find your focuswhat works for you?where do you work effectively?what time is best for you? @centsiblel
  • 13. schedule ‘unplugged’ timemake ‘screen free time’ in your lifeset time of day or days of the weektake weekends off @centsiblel
  • 14. how to set limitspractice saying ‘no’know what brings you happiness & invest initfollow the data to know what’s worth yourtime @centsiblel
  • 15. follow the datameasure your success in: time: less time for better results happiness: subjective, but effective income: income and happiness can go together results: graph it, chart it, think about it @centsiblel
  • 16. questions &answerswhat questions do you have? @centsiblel