Very Impressed. . . really!

Posted on 05/19/09 1 Comment

Seriously, thanks guys. Some awesome ideas came in yesterday. Any of you tuning into my blog today, looking for some great dog training content, go back and read what other people posted on the blog yesterday about prioritizing your life. Here is a quote that came in late that personally struck a cord with me; “being right brained doesn’t mean I have to live in choas.” Thanks Misa, I have got that one printed out already!  

It is not like I am new to this stuff. Crap, I spent 15 years in Corporate-Canada. In those years, I did lots of continuing education training, so it is not like I haven’t learned about list making, prioritizing etc.  With that in mind, I love the input you guys have shared about how you have made everything that is important in your life stay important.

So as to not distract from the importance of everyone else’s message. I am not going to bring up any new topic today. If you have any more time managment, prioritize lessons to share, post away, good stuff guys!

Today I am overwhelmed and grateful for the responsiveness of this blog. You guys ROCK!

One Comment

  1. Christine says:
    Tuesday, May 19, 2009 at 8:06am

    I won’t pretend to be a master of time management, I’m not. But in juggling grad school and agility and the rest of my life, I have made some simple adjustments that are helping.

    1. Last time I went back to school I quit agility to be a perfect student. This time, I’m keeping agility and sacrificing some A’s. And I’m much happier.

    2. I’ve given myself more time to reach my training goals than I might have otherwise. The important thing is my dog and I are enjoying agility together, and I’m building a strong foundation. If we’re taking a little longer to get trialing than I’d hoped, that’s ok.

    3. With school, agility training, shopping, cooking and housework there was no me time. But there was also nothing I could drop. So I made a conscious decision to stop resenting cooking and start enjoying it. Now I love that time in the kitchen. I listen to some interesting or inspirational podcast, kick my partner and the dogs out of the room, and cooking becomes me time. I love it, and get to eat a great meal when I’m done!

    4. I’ve just chilled about housework. It falls behind. I catch up between semesters.


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