Does your schedule have you stressed? Here’s a short quiz of five questions to find out. Take a pen or pencil and jot down a “Y” “yes”or an “N” somewhere on your notes as you answer these questions about how busy you are. Ready? 1st question...
1. Do you always seem to be in a hurry?
2. At the end of your day do you often find that your "To do" list isn’t done?
(If you don’t make lists, are you often frustrated by not getting anything done?)
3. Has anyone ever told you to slow down?
4. Do you feel guilty when you relax? (Do you know what “relax” is?)
5. Have you ever found yourself scheduled to be in more than one place at a time?
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