Here’s How to Discover What’s Really Important this Weekend

You often enter your weekends the same way you enter your busy weeks, without a plan.

Much can be accomplished in your home, with your family, and with some personal “me-time” you so desperately need.

So what’s stopping you?

The blog “The Next Web” offers up some great tips, including my favorite, #1: Map out the really important stuff.

No one can tell you what is important to you — that’s a choice only you can make. But unless you do make that choice on regular basis, you’ll find that the important stuff gets buried behind a mass of stuff that you have to do rather than want to do.

This weekend, you can do just that – make a list of the key aspects of your life (the one away from work) and then keep it handy as you plan next week. Try to integrate as much of these balance-inducing elements.

Go check out the article and then come back and share with your fellow users which tip was your favorite.

Read Full Article: 10 Things You Need to do to be Supremely Important 

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Day-Timer Spokesperson Jeff Doubek can be reached at jeff.doubek@daytimer.com
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