What You Really Should Know About Time Management and Your Sobriety Goals

   We All Have the Same Number of Hours in a Day

How do you spend your time? My advice is to focus on what you need to do versus what you want to do.

Scrolling through Pinterest, checking social media, mindlessly watching reruns of Friends on TV, or worse, watching disturbing news broadcasts or argumentative talk shows .... these are the time bandits that will steal your future.

How to Conquer Overwhelm Once and for All

   We, women, have to be efficient. We can order groceries, talk to our mom, and schedule a vet appointment — all while picking up the kids from school. But have you ever wondered how much stress this hectic pace adds to our recovery?

The Biggest Secret to Changing Your Sobriety for the Better

    In order to create the recovery and life of your dreams, you need to make changes to your life .... daily changes.  

By putting your priorities (your goals) first on your to-do list, you'll slowly but surely create the recovery you've always wanted, picture perfect and serene. 

Need a little help with the details of how to do this exactly and are you looking for a fail-proof way to accomplish this? Read this post and I'll go through it all from start to finish!

Stop Wondering How To Build a Great Life in Sobriety

   “What would you do if you knew you could not fail?”

This is an excellent quote by the late Robert Schuller. It tells you that a better life, a fulfilling recovery, greater satisfaction, and unending happiness are yours . . . if you just stretch yourself a bit and do the things that are NECESSARY to bring about the life and recovery you want.

The One Thing You Need To Live A Balanced Life In Recovery

   Life gets out of balance pretty friggin’ quickly! I know it certainly has for me. These past six months have been a whirlwind of nonstop work while I try to squeeze in time for family and recovery.

That’s not how things are supposed to go!

Recovery should always be the most essential thing in your life because, if you’re not in sobriety, you risk the chance of losing it all: Your family, your friends, your job, and possibly even your life.

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