Time management is by far my favorite kind of organization. Nothing clears the clutter out of your spirit like the knowledge that you’re using your time wisely—doing what you want to do and living how you want to live! If I could spend time with each of you individually, the first thing I’d do is challenge you to write your life goals and assess your priorities. How do you want to spend your time?
It’s a wonderful exercise, but when we really sit down and think about everything we want to do—personal goals, relationship goals, family goals, activities, ministries, passions, and callings—we’re easily overwhelmed. We start to hear voices in our heads, pieces of advice from loved ones combined with pop-culture snippets: