How to Beat Overwhelm in 3 Simple Steps

How to Manage Overwhelm, How to Delegate, How to Prioritize, How to Increase Productivity
  1. Dream Warrior Jenni P says:

    Funny…all that was on my list. And then I had a crisis. My biggest challenge is the family balance…teenager resentful of the time I spend giving to my business and not to her…

    ‘Normal’ parents have routines and meals and holidays.. so today as she packed her case threatening to leave, I just accepted not being the mum she needed right at that moment, not the crayons and fudge-making type, me. Never have been. However, beast myself to maintain a life where we can get up at dawn (any day of the week) ride to the top of the mountain and eat local goats cheese and home made bread, yes. It’s not a guilt thing, but literally a choice on keeping sane and serene in an action-packed, wall-to-wall pressure world. So I’m now going to ease through the inertia by adding to my massive list of things that I must accomplish in the next 2 months, 2 hours clay modelling, a little light boutiquing and the odd summer festival. Oh and keep in touch with the people wo matter. And I’ve set the intention to have a maid. Or several…:) Thank you…:)

    • Melissa Galt says:


      I know that feeling, I went through that period when I was in high school with my Mom and her career.

      This too shall pass, it did for me when I was about 22, took awhile.

      Hang in there, she’ll get it eventually and be happier for it.

      Hugs, Melissa

  2. Niki says:

    Hi! I am a fellow ATL blogger. I popped over to checkout your blog…and am leaving as a follower. I’m sure I will pick up a lot of great tips along the way. Thanks!!


    • Melissa Galt says:

      Thank Niki,

      You can also reach me through Twitter or FB, always delighted to answer a question or two.

      Hugs, Melissa

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