If I told you that your job this weekend is to clean your house, what is your immediate reaction?
Are you overwhelmed?
Are you thinking that “I can’t clean this entire house in 1 day!”?
What if I told you to just clean the kitchen.
Do you feel less pressure?
What if I told you to clean the refrigerator, the oven, and the counter tops?
Do you feel a bit of relief that you only have 3 things to clean now?
This is what it means to be SPECIFIC.
When you have a big goal like cleaning the house and you break it down into SPECIFIC tasks, the big goal becomes much more achievable.
It is overwhelming to think of the big goal. It can even seem insurmountable.
If we use our cleaning house example, let’s say you have a 3 bedroom - 2 bathroom house. You also have a kitchen, dining area, and living room. You have a laundry room. And you have a finished basement. That’s 10 areas to clean and each of those 10 areas has lots of stuff associated with it....
With school, sports, music, theater, and club schedules often overlapping, the life of a student and a student’s parents or family can be a little chaotic.
When students participate in multiple activities, the schedule can be overwhelming, meal time is often on-the-go, and sleep schedules are often disrupted.
Keeping everything organized is the key to getting everyone where they need to go and keeping them healthy along the way.
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