With a vision to one day stay at home with my family while still contributing financially, I started a small Etsy shop from a storage closet in college. Overtime, that small shop grew and evolved into a community for young women looking for practical tools to navigate life with grit, grace, and faith. So around here, you'll find resources and tools to help you steward your home, health, and work well.
Has this ever happened to you? 🙋♀️
You really wanna be more productive, so you head over to the very reliable tool that is Google and start looking up things like tips to avoid distraction, how to schedule your week, and productivity hacks.
And you even get a planner because you are really stinkin’ determined this time.
Then you write down a detailed to-do list and you begin checking everything off the first week. The next week you don’t quite as much done, but you still manage to check off quite a few things.
You do this for a few weeks, but before ya know it, you end up distracted, frustrated, and unproductive yet again.
Sound familiar? If it does, welcome to the club! Me too.
I’ve been in your shoes, and I know how hard it can be to be (and stay) productive. So in today’s podcast episode, I’m gonna walk through some ways you can structure your week to meet your needs from one season to another.
But first, a couple things to remember:
When looking to structure your week and increase your productivity, there’s a few things that you should try to keep as consistent as possible.
When it comes to actually structuring your week, there’s a few different ways you can plan and schedule out your week.
Remember that this can vary from week to week, based on what you need. Some weeks you may really need to set aside time for deep work, so you can get an upcoming project done. Other weeks may be lighter. Choose what works for you each week.
Wanna learn more? Tune into the podcast episode to learn:
If you wanna really dig into this and learn how to create a calendar system and how to plan weekly meals that will nourish your body, check out my free Own Your Everyday Way course. I’ll show you how to choose your anchor times strategically, build it into a calendar digitally, and prepare a week of healthy meals (without having to meal prep!). Get free access to the course here.