Getting Back Into the Swing of Things

I took July off. Which was new, different, and surprisingly, hard. I’m just not used to doing nothing, work-wise. I had scheduled all of my social media posts and blog posts in advance. I had pre-recorded and scheduled all of my podcast episodes. The only thing I did was check to make sure that my newsletter went out on schedule every week, which took less than a minute each time.

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Hi, I’m Lisa. I’m an organization, time management, and productivity expert who loves Disney and Broadway musicals. www.lisasealey.com/newsletter

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Hi, I’m Lisa. I’m an organization, time management, and productivity expert who loves Disney and Broadway musicals. www.lisasealey.com/newsletter

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