Your Schedule on a Budget: Episode 168
Apr 14, 2011
A discussion of stewarding our time, plus Bill and Pam Farrel on being sharpened as a single and a question on where to live after getting married. Featured musical artist: Laura Story
We budget our expenses, but what about our time? Are you finding yourself with too many things to do and not enough time for the important stuff? Perhaps you need to take inventory of how your minutes tick by each day — you may be surprised. Get motivated by listening to our roundtable on the big and small, important and irrelevant tasks that suck time out of our schedule and energy out of our lives.
We know marriage is a crucible for refinement. It matures you, purges some selfishness and shaves off a few rough edges. So what about the rest of us? Are we missing out on these benefits? Bill and Pam Farrel, relationship columnists and authors of The 10 Best Decisions a Single Can Make, join me to talk about how singles can stay sharp, maximize periods of waiting and be people of influence today.
After they marry, she's hoping to move. To somewhere beautiful. And warm. And hopping with culture and activity. Is she being selfish? Should climate and hipness really determine where she puts down roots? And is her husband-to-be on the same page? Focus counselors James Groesbeck and Sandy Janzen tag-team a response with great guidelines for this couple as they get out the map and pick their future address.