Quote by Julie Morgenstern - Deepstash
When you are overscheduled, you have no time to reflect on your priorities and your to-do lists, and you very easily get caught up in — and spend an enormous amount of time on — things that are not necessarily important.

JULIE MORGENSTERN

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"Time was God's first creation. " ~ Walter Lang

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