Do you feel stressed, overworked, like you're running on empty? Are you caught in the race to get it all done--with little time to enjoy the rewards life has to offer?
There's no doubt about it: these days we are just too busy. With the conveniences of technology, we're compelled to get more done in less time and end up constantly striving for the next thing - rarely stopping to consider if it's something we even want. As a result, we end up missing out on the things that truly matter: our relationships, the activities we love, quiet time to reflect and replenish our energy.
Valorie Burton's" How Did I Get So Busy? "is the solution for anyone who feels perpetually overwhelmed and overworked: a simple, effective 28-day program to help you rediscover your true priorities, shift out of overdrive, and reclaim your life and schedule. Built around Burton's "Ten Commandments of Self-Care," each day presents an easy-to-follow task to help you strip away the meaningless activities that occupy your time and make room for what nourishes you--mind, body, and spirit. The tasks are simple but yield big rewards:
Take a full hour for lunch
Set "no-email" periods
Add fun goals to your to-do list
End your day "on purpose" - meaning that "you" decide when to leave the office, head home, and fall asleep.
Uplifting and inspiring, "How Did I Get So Busy? "offers an easy way to be rid of the busywork that fills our days and rediscover the life you've always wanted.
About the Author
A bestselling author and Certified Personal and Executive Coach who has served clients in over 40 states and eight countries, Valorie Burton has written nine books on personal development, including Successful Women Think Differently and Happy Women Live Better. She is the founder of The CaPP Institute, providing tools and training that build resilience, well-being, and productivity for life and work. She has been a regular contributor on CNN, HLN, and the Today show, where she gives practical career and life advice. She has also been featured in and on The Dr. Oz Show, NPR, Oprah Radio, Ebony, Essence, "O" The Oprah Magazine, the Chicago Tribune, LA Times, and hundreds of others. Valorie's corporate clientele includes multi-million dollar businesses such as Accenture, Black Entertainment Television (BET), Deloitte, General Mills, McDonalds Corp., and many more. Join 25,000 subs