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Take time, to make time.

Ladies, let's talk about the myth of "not having enough time" to plan and organize. It's easy to fall into the trap of feeling like there are never enough hours in the day to get everything done, but the truth is that taking the time to plan and organize can actually save us time in the long run.

By setting aside even just a few minutes each day to plan out our schedules and prioritize our tasks, we can reduce stress and increase our productivity. We can also avoid the pitfalls of procrastination and burnout that come with constantly reacting to the demands of others.

So, let's challenge the myth of "not having enough time" and make planning and organizing a priority. Whether it's using a planner or calendar app, delegating tasks to others, or breaking down larger projects into manageable steps, there are always ways to make time for planning and organization. Let's take control of our schedules and set ourselves up for success.

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In friendship, love, and leadership,


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