My Number One Tip for Time Management

Time management, a skill we can all take advantage of.  Are you always late getting out the door, getting to work, or leaving work?  Do you just seem unorganized and behind?

OK, a little about me.  I am a time management freak.  I do not like to be late, and I loathe leaving work late.  I have 3 goals at work:  be the absolute best nurse I can be, be on time, and go home on time.  I do not want overtime, and I don’t want to stay late finishing stuff I didn’t do efficiently.  I have worked in many types of nursing including big hospitals, little hospitals, nursing homes, home care, and assisted living.  My day looks basically the same no matter where I work.  Why?  Because I have established a routine, or schedule.  This routine will fit no matter what environment I work in.  Now, when I start a new job it may take a bit to get my routine established because I have to get to know where everything is, who people are etc.  But after a few days, I am right into my routine.  Now that doesn’t mean I am not flexible.  I can have a routine and still manage to be flexible.  The routine just allows me to pick right back up where I left off with ease.  I can tell you 95% of the time my routine gets me out on time.  Sometimes, on a really bad day, I will have to stay late, but that is a really bad day.

I have a work routine and a basic home routine.  The one routine I have not worked out yet is my work from home routine.  But, I am working on that.  Right now, because I don’t have any clients,  I am mostly learning and writing content.  So, it seems very relaxed and no need for a routine.  But, trust me I need a routine.  So I am working on that.

If you would like to learn how to make a routine for your day, use the contact form below to message me for a free meet and greet.  All new customers get my basic 30-day coaching plan for $24.99   If you would like to know what my basic home plan and work plan look like, sign up for my weekly newsletter and I will send it to all subscribers.  Use the contact form below to message me, or email me at


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