In this week’s The Balanced Educator Podcast, we talk about time perception and how we feel about the word “busy“.
We all have 24 hours in the day, and it’s up to us to choose how to use this time. When we say we’re too busy to do something we’d like to do, we need to reevaluate what’s important to us. In reality, we often waste time doing things like scrolling on social media. We can be more productive with our time by becoming fully aware of how we’re using our time.
When we are saying yes to something, we are saying no to something else. In this episode, we talk about how this concept has helped us to choose what to say yes to!
We also chat about how when we say we’re busy, it’s usually a story we’ve created in our minds. We talk about how we can change that story to one that feels better for us!
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Time Perception and the Word “Busy”: