A few months ago, I stumbled upon Project 20-Something through one of their guest posts on Levo League (as a Levo contributor, I try to keep up on posts on the site and connect with the other contributors as much as possible).
When I read the description of Project 20-Something, I obviously wanted to connect with them immediately since I “secretly” want to be a life coach one day! Project 20-Something is “a life, career, and relationship coaching business that exists to help people navigate and overcome quarter-life issues that are typically faced in the late teens, twenties, and early thirties, such as career satisfaction, relationship challenges, and general goal setting.”
I’ve since connected to Kristen, one of the co-founders, and arranged to guest post on their blog about conscious time management. My post is now up on their site!
Conscious Time Management
People often ask me how I have time to blog or make home-cooked meals. Often these questions are prefaced or followed by “I don’t have time for that,” as if I must have extra hours built into my day.
I respond that, for me, those things are priorities. I have made a conscious decision to post on my blog regularly and make healthy, affordable meals because it adds value to my life. It might mean waking up 30 minutes earlier to toss ingredients into my Crockpot, skipping an extra TV episode, or blogging during lunch.