Prioritizing is a commitment to cut out the unnecessary at the given moment of time. I divide my day into three parts prioritizing tasks within each of them.
Morning is work time. Club's strategy, online projects, writing letters and attending meetings related to them. Priorities don't always arise from urgent matters. They can also include strategically important tasks – for example, club's objectives for the month, client work planning or performance training strategy.
Early evening – my kids. When it's time to pick them up from school or kindergarten I switch my phone into night mode to only receive calls from my family. I entirely devote this time to my son and daughter. The quality
of communication plays a leading role for me.
Night - after I put my kids to bed. This is my personal time. I can read,
watch TV shows with my husband, take a bath or just do nothing.