Imagine how you would feel coming home after a 10hr work day to find your kitchen organized and stocked with fresh, much-needed, groceries already in your fridge and pantry? How about arriving at your cottage after a hectic drive and being able to head straight to the dock for a cocktail or boat ride rather than spending your time making the cottage organized and comfortable for the weekend ahead?
In today’s fast-paced society, time is your most valuable luxury and it’s a luxury that most people wish they had far more of. What would you do if you found yourself with more available time? Would you spend it having dinner with loved ones or finally reading that book that has been sitting on your shelf for the past year? Or perhaps you would plan and host a must-attend BBQ event or finally go on the road trip that you’ve had planned in the back of your mind for ages? Every one of us has a long list of ‘wish I coulds’ that they would dive into if only time allowed them that luxury.
For some, improving their amount of available time can be as simple as becoming more productive and organized. But for most, it’s far more than that. Most people are simply overwhelmed with all that needs to be done and all that they wish they could do. For these people, it’s not necessarily a question of increasing productivity or organization. It becomes a question of how to personally leverage your time so you can focus on what is most important to you.
This is why, for many people, lifestyle management is invaluable. A lifestyle manager helps you optimize your time so you can spend it enjoying the things you love most rather than spending it on the trivial. Whether you are simply looking for coaching on how to be more effective and productive, or you need someone to assist you with your endless to-do list, a lifestyle manager will quickly become an irreplaceable asset to you.
This might sound crazy to some people but it shouldn’t. After all, you hire people to help you manage other important facets of your life such as your finances and physical well-being. If time is your most valuable luxury, why wouldn’t it make sense to have someone help you manage and optimize it?
Time is a resource and just like your money, real estate and health, it needs to be managed well to be most beneficial to you. A lifestyle manager is focused on helping you lead a more balanced and gratifying lifestyle; one that is based on fulfilment rather than stress and frustration.
Time is a luxury that everyone has…but to truly be enjoyed, it must be leveraged & managed well!
Thank you to Katrina Scarlett of Subtle Details Lifestyle Management Company for her first blog contrubution.
Katrina can be reached via email at email@example.com or by telephone at 705-205-0597