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Reading Time: 9 minutes Can we all agree that the time change is the worst? Whether we’re springing forward or falling backward, or simply traveling across time zones – being thrown off our internal clocks is a recipe for nodding off in morning meetings and being wide awake when it’s time for sleep. In this episode, I’m diving into how to help your internal clock adjust to time change without chugging gallons of coffee or falling asleep at your desk.

How to Adjust to Daylight Savings Time

routines

Reading Time: 14 minutes You’ve spread yourself too thin. Again. Your calendar is overflowing and there doesn’t seem to be an end in sight. You’re overcommitted, overwhelmed, and flat out exhausted. So what to you do when you’ve committed to doing too much? That’s exactly what I’m talking about in Episode 115. We’ve all been there. And chances are, we’ll probably find ourselves with a too-full plate again – especially as events are picking up and invitations are rolling in as the pandemic recedes. Lean in and listen up for real life ways to handle it all and how to avoid over doing it in the future.

Overbooked and Way Too Busy: What to Do When There’s Not Enough Time

recharge

Reading Time: 13 minutes Living in a world of 24/7 access with notifications, emails and messages coming our way at all hours of the day, it can be so hard to turn off work and actually be present during our downtime. Either we’re responding to messages, getting distracted by emails or we’re worrying about what’s left and what we’ve got to do tomorrow. That ends today. Tune in for three ways to successfully shut off work and be more present when you’re off the clock.

Better Boundaries and Being Present: How to Set Boundaries and Be More Present During Your Downtime

work

Reading Time: 5 minutes Would you rather be frantic and frazzled or calm and prepared? The answer should be a no brainer. When we have so much on our to-do lists and our calendars are bursting at the seems, calm and prepared feels downright impossible. The secret? A weekly planning session. Find out 3 reasons why a weekly planning session should be a non-negotiable in your week and walk away with simple tips to get started.

3 Reasons Why You Need a Weekly Planning Session

3 Reasons Why You Need a Weekly Planning Session

life

Reading Time: 11 minutes Sometimes things don’t go as planned. We make a list of goals, resolutions, dreams and ideas that we’re so excited about! And then life happens, we hit roadblocks and feel like giving up. Find out 3 simple steps for hitting reset on your goals and starting over when you’re feeling discouraged. Plus, find out the right way to use a habit tracker so you can stick with your plans once and for all!

One Thing At A Time: Why Most Resolutions Fail Before February

life

Reading Time: 11 minutes When you really want to make something happen in your life, I’m sorry to say, but a New Year’s Resolution is NOT the way to go. Find out what you should do instead, including setting SMART goals, and building habits that stick. Plus, I’ll reveal why getting an accountability partner is pretty much the most important thing you should do when you want to make your dreams come true. Join me for my goal setting workshop! http://www.annadkornick.com/goals

Get SMART: Why Goals and Good Habits Beat New Year’s Resolutions Every Time

habits

Reading Time: 11 minutes Typically when we think of setting goals, we think about the future. It’s super exciting to think about all the things we could do in the year ahead. However, the best way to plan your best year ever starts by looking to the past. Find out the three questions you should ask yourself to plan your year with purpose, plus tips for getting out of a goal-setting funk if you’re just not feeling it this year. Register for Ready. Set. Goals! My goal-setting workshop for go-getters who want to get things done. http://www.annadkornick.com/goals

Look Back: Why Planning Your Best Year Ever Starts in the Past

time management

Reading Time: 7 minutes They say hindsight is 2020, but honestly I’ll be ready when 2021 is in the rearview. 2021 was a HARD one for me. Fortunately, I recognize my biggest mistake. I didn’t set clear, actionable goals. Shocking, I know. Find out why I didn’t set goals, what happened, and what I’m doing differently to prepare for 2022. Yes, I’m spilling the beans on what it was like to have a year without goals, and why I’ll NEVER ever skip goal setting for the new year ever again.

Live & Learn: My Biggest Mistake of 2021 and Why I Won’t Skip Goal Setting Ever Again

life

Reading Time: 8 minutes Gratitude is proven to make you happier, healthier and invite more joy into your life. But something about the phrase “gratitude practice” can feel intimidating – like it has to be this whole, formal routine. Our lives are already so full, that finding time for a consistent gratitude practice seems like one more thing to squeeze in. Fortunately, gratitude isn’t one-size-fits-all and I’m sharing 3 easy ways that you can say a quick thanks and get all the feel good benefits of expressing gratitude.

Just a Quick Thanks: 3 Easy Ways to Feel Better, Be Happier and Cultivate Joy with a Gratitude Practice

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Reading Time: 3 minutes With two successful businesses, two small children and an ever-growing list of responsibilities, it’s no wonder Rhiannon Bosse calls herself a Time Magician. But for Rhi, time management isn’t about crossing more stuff off a list. Instead, she’s focused on making memories and finding beauty in life’s simple pleasures. Rhi shares how she navigates her day-to-day, her perspective on authenticity in social media, and how we can cultivate stronger relationships in any season of life.

Simple Magic: How to Be More Intentional with Your Time, Your Friendships and How You Show Up Online featuring Rhiannon Bosse

time management