The only constant is change. Since I was about 13 years old, I have been obsessed with calendars. I would manage these intricate paper calendars with colored pens and highlighters. I was clearly a Type A from the get-go. My 525-square-foot office has four wall calendars, and my home has at least six wall calendars that I can recall. I use one for kid stuff, one for appointments, one for clothes (so I don’t wear the same outfit two Thursdays in a row), one for weight, and there is one for each preschool… Attempting to have just one calendar became overwhelming and illegible! I carry my iPhone at all times, and my husband and I have an electronic, colored-coded shared calendar.
Today, I started an enhanced calendar experience. In addition to my already-designated calendars, I am embarking on a written success calendar! Managing five of our six businesses can leave my brain spinning with To-Do’s and handfuls of notes on scrap paper. Not to mention the seemingly endless texts from staff for needed items. The days of feeling like a rat turned-round in a maze are coming to an end as I am the pilot writing the mission with purpose each day.
Is your calendar system working for you?
Since college, Jessica has been in business consulting, high school science teaching, and diet coaching.Life coaching is a natural fit for her personality, care for others, and desire to help people live their best lives.
She is an avid dancer, hiker and cyclist.A wife and mother of two beautiful girls, Jessica is especially proud to be a Certified Nia Black Belt teacher, teaching three classes per week on Cape Cod.