How to Reclaim Your Time Off – The Happy Menopause Podcast
September is the perfect time for new beginnings and a different way of doing things. For many of us, things tend to be a little quieter in August, so that we can enjoy a bit of a break and this can be a handy reminder of the importance of work-life balance and getting plenty of free time. So that’s what I’d like to focus on in this episode, because things usually start to crank up again as we move into the autumn and it’s easy to let your good resolutions slide, so that before you know it, the pressure’s piling up again and you don’t know which way to turn. In this episode, I’m chatting to Fab Giovanetti, author of Reclaim Your Time Off, who’s going to help us to get the balance right.
Fab Giovanetti is an award-winning entrepreneur and social media & marketing expert who’s supported multiple start-ups and helped them establish and grow their brand. She’s also the founder of Creative Impact, a collective of hundreds of creatives aiming to make a positive impact on others and the planet. Fab is a woman who’s been juggling a huge amount of things for a long time and it was this that caused her to stop, take stock and develop some key strategies to improve her work-life balance. This is what led to her wonderful new book Reclaim Your Time Off which is full of advice on just how we can do that effectively, because we midlife women definitely need to give ourselves a break!
In this episode we discuss the importance of setting boundaries and how to have the confidence to say ‘no’. Fab talks us through strategies for an effective work-life balance and to help you disconnect from the pressures of work. She also shares her 3-step solution to reclaiming your time off to help you make the most of your free time.
Find out more about Fab and the work that she does by visiting her website.
Discover her fabulous Creative Impact website.
Useful Links & Resources
For inspiration on how to make the most of your time off, listen to my Joy & Adventure – How to Make the Most of Midlife podcast with Jo Moseley.
Read The Art of Rest by Claudia Hammond.
Tune in to How to Improve Your Sleep with Professor Russell Foster.