Many busy professionals, full-time housewives, and young mothers of school-going children do not have the time for themselves. We attempt to be more efficient, better organized, and super time management, only to find that more are piling up on our in-trays. The challenge is not so much about how we become better at solving this problem, but re-look at the meaningful changes in us that can help us to shift out of the current vicious circle. First thing first, we should let ourselves time to reflect instead of tending to urgent things. This challenge seems so impossible that it is like changing the engine of a moving train. A journey of a thousand miles starts with the first step. To slow down is the first step to enabling us to reflect, reframe and reorganize our lives. Let us try this, and it can be an enjoyable and self-discovery process.
Provides the opportunities
That gives the experience
That creates the memory
That results in happiness
And this is the house that Jack built