Struggle to find the time? The SOS Method Can Help.

A big problem I see busy women have when they are trying to create their happier, healthier and more adventurous health behaviours, is FINDING THE TIME.


Feeling out of time or lacking time is frustrating AF!

It’s not that you don’t want it bad enough.
It’s not that you’re lacking dedication.
It’s not that you just need to swap saying “I don’t have time” with “Its not a priority”.
This kinda ‘advice’ is really not that helpful (and is typically given by 22 year old fitness trainers who don’t have kids)

Perhaps what you need are a few strategies or tools to pull on instead?

One strategy I recommend is the ‘SOS method’.

SOS stands for Share, Outsource and Schedule. It’s how some of the busiest women I’ve worked with have found even the tiniest pockets of time to make incredible health behaviour changes.
  • SHARE: Let your nearest and dearest know your intentions. These are the people that have an immediate on your days. All too often I see busy women trying to operate in total isolation. It’s hard to find the time, if nobody is on your side.
  • OUTSOURCE: Outsource anything you can to help you find time. Babysitting, food prep services, fitness trainer. It doesn’t always have to involve money – it can involve an exchange.
  • SCHEDULE: Free time doesn’t just pop into our day(s). We have to plan and schedule our time. If it’s not scheduled, it’s very unlikely to happen.


READY TO SAY YES TO YOURSELF AND YOUR HEALTH? OUR KICKSTARTER PROGRAM IS A GREAT PLACE TO START (or re-start)

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