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How to have “me time” when you have “no time”

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Hey lovely mommies, I’ve got something special for you today.

It’s Optimommy’s first audio blog post. Yay!

I love writing posts here but there’s something special about being able to actually speak with you so you can hear my voice and feel what I’m trying to say.

The whole post is just a little bit over 5 minutes and I’ll talk about:

  • Why it’s important to have “me” time
  • What to do when you feel like you have no time
  • A simple guided exercises we can do together to have mini me times whatever time of the day.

Listen to my audio love letter to you below:

What do you think? I hope it was helpful for you. I loved making this message for you too.

In the comments below, do let me know:
1. What’s your idea of a grand me time?
2. What do you plan to do for “mini me times” when you’re just having a busy day?

I’d love to hear your thoughts and learn from your insights too.

When you need an extra hand to help you deal with stress, I’d love to meet you at the “Be Happy, Go Stress Free” workshop on September 8 and I’ll share with you a simple and amazing technique that helps you to get rid of stress and to open up to more relaxation and calm plus health, abundance and love too. Click here to sign up for the workshop


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4 comments… add one
  • Glo Adlaon September 4, 2013, 8:19 pm

    Hi Jayme! It was wonderful to hear your soothing voice talk about me-time! I think I’m hooked to your audio blog this early “,) keep them coming – you help fill up the void left by my girlfriends who are as “immersed” in daily living as I am. God bless you more with His presence.

  • Martine | WAHM. Wife. Blogging Belle. September 4, 2013, 9:55 pm

    Wonderful exercise, Jayme! I totally stand by this, and believe in those “me-time pockets” in the day. In the same manner as I have my “work pockets.” I think people like us love to be inspired in small doses, and so moments like these are truly transformative. Thanks for sharing it! I’m “me-timing” right along with ya! 😉 *fist bump*

  • Meyjorie September 5, 2013, 2:54 pm

    1. What’s your idea of a grand me time?
    a three days kids-free-vacation with my husband!!!
    2. What do you plan to do for “mini me times” when you’re just having a busy day? as a full time mom of 3 kids with no help (yaya/maid) at all, my “mini me” time starts the moment hubby walks in the door from work … I immediately go inside our room, lock the door and read my favorite eBook for 30 mins. 🙂

  • Wena November 12, 2013, 5:38 pm

    Hi Jayme! love your audio blog, especially the mini me – time . It was a wonderful exercise. My officemate and I discussed about stress management just a couple of hours ago.

    now, my idea of grand me-time is a date with my favorite girl friends, in a spa for a relaxing massage and mani-pedi session 🙂

    For the mini me-time, I’d love to take a 15-20 minutes shower or being locked in the room and read a book.
    Wena recently posted..A Filipina student from Australia, named as the 2013 Junior Champion in NSW Premier’s Spelling Bee

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