Hi. I’m Brenda. Welcome!
I believe that there should be more to life than a to-do list.
I believe that women should be able to get the important things done and still have time for what matters, whether that’s some “me time”, time with loved ones, or just hanging out.
At Planning Your Time, I try to give you:
- Tips to plan your day more efficiently. (That sounds very business 101, but it isn’t, I promise. I took Business 101 and it was boring. I won’t do that to you.)
- Ways to use your planner, whatever that is. (Until I come up with my own.) Seeing your day scheduled out on paper makes a big difference. It’s worth using one.
- Help with housework. Nobody should spend a good part of their Saturday cleaning the house. I’ve got lots of ways to cut down cleaning time and free up your weekend.
- Encouragement to take care of yourself. You can’t function on coffee and too little sleep. You and your family (and whoever else depends on you) needs all of you healthy and present. We’ll work that in.
Things You Should Know About Me
- I have ADHD, so I struggle more than neurotypical people (those of you without ADHD) when it comes to time management and organization. As a result, I have spent far more time than most studying the subject, and am still taking classes.
- I used to work in Learning Assistance at a community college in Michigan. One of the things I worked on with our students was good time management, and also organization.
- I was (still am) an ADHD Coach. I specialized in working with students, but worked with some adults as well. Guess what we spent a lot of time on? Time management and organization.
- I am an absolute planner addict. I think I have this idea that if I find the perfect one, it will solve all my problems. Of course, that would mean that it could somehow stop my husband from completely changing my day around just because he’s home, so I don’t think that planner exists.
- I would love to create my own planner. Got ideas? Let me know!
- Oh, being ADHD means I can be a little silly and weird at times. Hopefully you’ll get used to my sense of humor.