Time Management Tips for Bloggers

When you're a SAHM or like me, you're off work for a stretch of days at a time, you start off the day with so much time ahead of you. You just log in to check your email, then you log in to twitter, and before you know it, it's 5 pm and you have no idea where the whole day went, much less what you're going to have for dinner. The laundry still sits in a pile and you can't really say what you've accomplished. Sound familiar?

I'm sharing 5 time mangement tips to have a more productive day, especially if you're a blogger.  Read more on my blog.


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These tips were awesome!  I'm seriously going to try them.  Sadly, I am that mom you speak of :).  Thank you so much, Rachel!



I hope you find them helpful!
This is really  helpful to me.  I'm a SAHM and could get SO much more done around the house if I didn't stop by the computer to check my email or twitter every 10 minutes.
Great time management tips! In fact, I see one that I'm starting immediately!




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