Whether you are just lauching your creative business and overwhelmed with where to start or are waiting to retire, Finding Time: Working Woman can show you how to not sabotage your productivity efforts.
By simplifying the basic needs of your health and home you can find
No matter your skill set or life experience you can learn to manage your time.
Whether you are working full-time or part time, traveling or working from home, you can benefit from knowing these time management hacks and strategies.
In this 88 minute power-packed course*, you will learn how to
*Note- these 6 classes are taken directly from the Finding Time to Hold Dearly course.
After surviving cancer as a child, Sarah became a life long student of productivity and intentional living. Later on, graduating with a degree in interior design from the London Guildhall University, she settled into a life of homeschooling her three children, constantly testing new systems of organization and time management. Today, in addition to homeschooling, she teaches interior design and simplicity classes online at She Holds Dearly 30 hours a week and manages a small farm, all the while, renovating a 100+ year old farmhouse with her husband. She is passionate about teaching women the skills they need to make the most of their days, which in turn, makes the most of their lives.
feeling guilty and overwhelmed
wishing you had more balance
struggling to figure things out as you go
resenting those who appear to have more time
Going through Sarah's Finding Time course was truly life changing. Sarah thoroughly presented in organized, enjoyable sessions ideas/inspiration of how to make every day count.
The difference in Sarah's course from so many others, is that she is very detailed in both her presentation and ideas which provide a daily framework that actually works instead of sounding good but not practical in living every day in our crazy fast paced world.
I have replayed her course several times for motivation and encouragement.
~Laura S., Wisconsin, Mother of 8, Accountant