About bbluford
I am an executive finance professional with a love for process and application development (MS Access, Excel, Quickbooks), mostly as it relates to Accounting and Business Functions. I also love to write and share ideas with other people in this world. I'm an admitted Gym Rat who works out excessively. The best summation of me is that I love to teach and to learn.

One Response to Managing Your Energy,Not Your Time

  1. Laura says:

    Life balance is difficult to apply. There is so much “to do” in life that the “I wants” and “I enjoys” are neglected. Multi-tasking, time honored by most, often only leaves one’s mind spinning. The stronger your organizational skills, time and otherwise the less multi-tasking is required. I am still learning it. But these skills can always be improved upon so it is a continual learning process for all of us.

    Personally, at times I worked the most hours I did not find many excuses not to exercise. My early a.m. runs were my time to be with me and only me. Shut out the world and watch the sun come up. Beautiful.

    I cannot say they weren’t fewer but those runs I kept routine left me fresher than I undoubtedly would have been without. They were rejuvenating, mind-clearing, and temperament-balancing. Yes, and the ever-important stress-balancer.

    However, I can say there were many times when my alarm went off at 4:00 a.m. Dressed and ready for my weight training work instead I found myself curling up on the loveseat for a nap (or sleep-in). As in so many times, after weeks of pushing a lot of work hours I opted for a Friday a.m. nap.

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