It’s new course day! And I can’t tell you how excited I am about today’s course because it is immediately applicable to problems that I am having right now.
Bjork didn’t even know this, but yesterday I had a bit of a meltdown because I was feeling like I just didn’t have enough time. Between sleeping (I need 8 hours), walking the dog 2–3 times per day, going to the gym, my “day job,” and feeding myself, I felt like I just didn’t have any time at all for my side projects.
So according to Bjork’s advice in this course, I’m going to hire someone to start feeding me so that I don’t have to do that myself.
But really, finding enough time to do all of your things is hard enough. And when you finally do have some time to work on your food blog, it can be really easy to inadvertently waste some of that time doing other things that don’t matter as much.
In fact, in one of my favorite lessons in this course, Bjork talks about a little two-letter word that can save you a ton of time. And what is that word, you might ask? That word is “No.” Simple as that.
Saying “no” to some opportunities allows you to say YES to others – and those yesses could be things like writing a blog post, cooking that recipe, taking those photographs.
Aside from saying “no,” Bjork talks about some tech tips to increase your productivity, how to keep your phone from distracting you, and more. And just to be mindful of your precious time, the course takes less than an hour to watch (and implement). Not too shabby!
So! If you are like me and struggle with not only finding the time to do your work, but also with optimizing the time that you do have, then this course is for you. I learned so much and came away with a bunch of things I can start doing today to help me manage my time better, and I know you will, too.
- If you’re currently a member, you can watch the course here:
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- If you would like to join Food Blogger Pro, you can join our waiting list here:
I’m so excited to watch this course! I’ve been struggling to find time to post even once a week, especially with less daylight for photos in the winter, and I’m hoping to step it up to twice a week this year. I’m really working on saying “no” more this year to save my sanity and give myself the time to do all those things I really want to be doing, like creating content for my food blog and some home projects that have been on the list forever. Going to watch now!
Woohoo! Hope it was helpful Caroline! 🙂