The importance of saving projects for later.

If you're like me, you probably always have a dozen projects rolling at once (and you've got more in the bank that you're dying to start all the time).

This week, I would like to share with you why it is not a good idea to overload your schedule.


I myself suffer from this syndrome. I have so many ideas and projects that I want to do all the time right away. So I tend to take way too much on my plate and feel overwhelmed. Even when I realize it and try to lighten my schedule, it starts again, it's the vicious circle of my life. 

Looks like I can't help it. As soon as I have free time, I say to myself: "Come on, I'm doing nothing!!!! Let's go, I'm embarking on a new project! “A few months later, I feel overwhelmed and I have no choice but to let things go. This is why in 2021 my biggest goal is to take care of my time and my well-being. I want to keep making projects by focusing properly on one or two ideas and not exhausting myself with all my goals!

Having projects is supposed to be fun, exciting and motivating. Not exhausting or draining! It's a think about it before you commit to a new activity. We must not forget that you must take care of yourself in order to be able to surpass yourself in your projects. Please don't take the risk of becoming chronically exhausted! Make sure you always keep time for yourself and for your family!

Quality of work

When you take on a new project, you want to produce quality work. Whether it's redoing your garden or starting a business, it's important to be proud of the work done! Having too much on our plate often means that our quality of work will be affected. We don't want to do a lot of things halfway! Let's go for few projects, but quality projects. Quality over quantity!

Another risk of having too many projects at the same time is the loss of passion. When our time and resources are hanging by a thread. We can tend to lose our bearings and operate on autopilot: bad idea. Not only will you lose your inspiration, but you won't take the time to appreciate. It's so important! If we want live with intention, the autopilot is our worst enemy. Avoid it at all costs!

You have time 

What you have to understand is that it's okay to have projects that may not come true now. Keep them in the bank! It's even more exciting to know that we have a multitude of things waiting for us which are just as amazing as the ones we're doing right now! SO, clean up your schedule and enjoy carrying out your projects! You have all the time in the world!