My mission is to

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help you tame your to-do list.

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assist you to overcome overwhelm and power past procrastination.

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guide you to create a work/life balance to suit you.

“The key is not to prioritize what’s on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities.” ~Stephen Covey

Would you like?

Peace of Mind

Know that you are doing the right thing at the right time.

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Sense of Achievement

Break goals down and take them one step at a time.

A Balanced Life

Time for yourself as well as family, friends and work.

Time to Dream

Unlock your dreams and work out how you to get there.

From the blog

Theory v Practice

If you don’t get it all done perfectly remember that no-one does first time. It takes practice, It takes feedback. It takes incremental steps to improve.

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Save it for September

I don’t have a little switch in my brain that allows me to turn off all thoughts about my business during the school hols. Those ideas keep bubbling to the surface. How do I stop them from getting lost before I get to September?

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Lower Your Standards

I have a sneaky suspicion that you may be a bit of a perfectionist. Sometimes this is a good thing; other times it holds you back. Let’s talk about lowering your standards.

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I didn’t see that coming!

As we head into the summer hols the balancing act becomes ever more precarious, especially for those with kids. Even those without kids probably want to take a bit of time off. On top of that you probably find that clients & suppliers are away impacting your usual work flow. What can you do to smooth it all out?

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“You can have it all. Just not all at once.” ~Oprah Winfrey

How do I help?

Natalie Meyer

Natalie Meyer

CEO, All in Good Time

Hello, I am Natalie Meyer, founder of All In Good Time.

Confession time – I like planning, spreadsheets and making lists.

I appreciate that not everyone around me shares this enthusiasm!  However, at the same time I get told ‘I don’t know how you keep it all together’ or ‘I wish I could be as organised as you’.

I see and speak to so many women who still have primary responsibility for home and family (sandwich generation – still looking after kids but also needing to care for parents) as well as trying to juggle a career or, increasingly, run their own business.

And somewhere in amongst all that they are also trying to have a personal life as well. There is a lot to keep track of and it doesn’t all neatly fit into clear chunks of the day.  There is a need to manage it all flexibly.

I want to share some of my ways of working.  I want to help you if you are frustrated and fed up with feeling like you aren’t keeping on top of everything.  I want to help you feel more in control, become more productive and give you more time to look after yourself and your dreams.

“There are seven days in a week; someday isn’t one of them” ~Rita Chand

** Routines can be comforting, but variety sets us free. **

When you got up this morning, how much thought did you give to what you would have for breakfast. More than any other meal, most people seem to have pretty much the same thing, at the same time, each and every day.

Once you had decided what you would eat (although it may not have even felt like a decision) how much thought did you give any thought to the order in which you would do things?

For me I walk into the kitchen, turn on the kettle so that it can boil whilst I get my cereal, I then get out a bowl, fill it with fruit and cereal, and add some milk. By the time this is done the kettle is boiled ready to make a cup of tea.

Habits are great for getting the boring, must do items done as quickly and painlessly as possible. Even those of us who crave variety can recognise that the quicker the tedious tasks are done the sooner they can get to play.

What tedious task would you like to get done quicker? What routine could you create to streamline it?

Natalie x
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