Win Big with @AsanaWomanCA on the #YouveGotThis #Giveaway

Are you ready to dive into fall? With the rain and clouds rolling in and the pumpkin spice showing up everywhere, it’s time to accept it’s coming! We have an incredible giveaway that will set you on a fresh start for fall’s new beginnings. Helping you be relaxed, happy, confident and ready for anything, the amazing folks at Asana are sponsoring a giveaway valued at $650. Sounds pretty amazing right? Read on to enter to win!


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So what can you win? There’s 5 amazing prizes up for grabs for one lucky winner, including;

1. Beats by Dr. Dre Solo 2 Bluetooth Wireless Headphones – Gold (Value: $299)
2. One Year of Asana Woman assorted pads and pantyliners featuring biowave technology: (value: $110)
3. One iTunes gift certificate (value: $25)
4. Philips Hue starter kit ($130)
5. La Senza Gift Card ($100)

Engineered for women, by a woman, Asana sanitary napkins are not only designed to be more effective – they can even be beneficial to your health. Asana’s Biowave Advantage™ is a complete breakthrough in feminine protection. Two vital components of Asana’s advanced technology are tourmaline and silver, which act to reduce menstrual discomfort, dispel odor, increase air circulation, balance the body’s pH and enhance metabolism. For real. Developed by a chemical and environmental engineer with a Masters degree from the University of British Columbia, this groundbreaking product has finally launched across Canada, it’s birthplace.

Screen Shot 2016-08-30 at 7.23.26 PMHealth Canada has classified the Biowave Advantage™ layer as an antibacterial Medical Device Class 1 (which is a super hard designation to attain). This means that fretting about itchiness, vaginal odour and wetness during your oh-so-fun monthly cycle are no longer worries. Bacteria and fungus ‘down there’ are also lessened. Asana helps combat yeast infections naturally and is 95% biodegradable. In addition to the great health benefits of Asana’s Biowave advantage, they are also one of the thinnest on the market, yet offer yet offer the most absorbency, the fastest rate of absorbency and best assurance of leak protection.

So as you are chilling to music in new La Senza lingere while wearing your new Beats by Dr. Dre headphones and having fun changing the ambiance in your home to over 1000 different colours with Philips Hue bulbs, you can be assured that #YouveGotThis. There’s really nothing to worry about.

Giveaway Ends Sep. 21, USA and Canada (excluding Quebec). Prize value: CAD $635

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Good luck!

158 Comments


  1. Get up half an hour earlier on Sunday morning. It may give you some quiet time.

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  2. Stop for a coffee on the way to work.

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  3. I always am up before everyone else and enjoy a nice cup of tea.

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  4. I get up early and take a half an hour to myself before the family wakes up for the day.

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  5. We have established “quiet time” for our family in the afternoon when we are home. Everyone reads, naps, or does a quiet activity. I use this time to read on my own in my room, or map if I need it.

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  6. I get up early before the kids but at night, I usually end up falling asleep in one of their beds!

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  7. I always liked to take my “me” time after the kids were all asleep. They went to bed at a decent time, and pretty much routine while they were young.

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  8. get up early make a good breakfast & fresh juice

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  9. It’s one of the reasons I enjoy taking the dog out for her daily walk. I can listen to music and just be outside with no interruptions.

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  10. I get up a hour before the kids so I have me time.

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  11. I love learning new ideas about being frugal. Thank you for this great giveaway.

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  12. stay up late….they have to get to bed eventually…that’s when I get my me time

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  13. usually the afternoons, while my girl is having some down time, I can manage to get some time to myself 🙂

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  14. try getting up a bit earlier than everyone else in your house

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  15. Stay up late when the house is all quite.

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  16. Get up early to have a head start.

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  17. Turn cell phone off once in awhile for some true “me” time.

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  18. Getting up early, AND turning off your tablet or phone!

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  19. Organizing my day to ensure I have me time. if it means getting up early or staying up a little later.

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  20. Really need to learn how to turn my cellphone off…

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  21. Implement a rule that your bedroom is off limits so that you get some me time every night at least for a little while.

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  22. Whenever my daughter goes to school and I happen to be off…but that time is usually reserved for cleaning and laundry lol

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  23. when my little guy is napping I usually try and get stuff done around the house but sometimes I remind myself to take me time, sit down with a french vanilla and read a book or watch a show.

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  24. I get some me time after my son goes to bed

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  25. I get up an extra hour before work just so I can relax and do what I want.

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  26. I find that a long daily walk (I go with my dogs, but not everyone has dogs) is good for my body and my brain, giving me time to think and a good opportunity to move and breathe fresh air.

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  27. I do not get any me time unless I schedule it into my day planner so that is what I do. Then I stick to it “sorry but I have plans then”

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  28. By getting up early to make sure I have enough time to get my stuff done.

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  29. I have “me” time by going to sleep later than my kids. It gives me time to get things done.

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  30. Waking up a half hour before everybody else , and drinking tea really works great. You have time to think about the day that is beginning.

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  31. I have me time by waking up at sunrise while the city sleeps and just relaxing by either watching my favorite show/movie, reading a book or doing some yoga.

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  32. I always go to bed a little early, so I can do some reading.

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  33. I wake up early enough to have a cup of coffee and skim the news before the rest of the house wakes up.

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  34. I take a bath every night before bed. Usuallly with a book; sometimes there’s wine ;0

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  35. I usually get “me time” after everyone else has gone to bed. I’m a bit of a night owl anyway.

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  36. I have my husband take care of the kids so I can go to yoga!

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  37. I get up early sometimes to have me time in the morning. It can be very relaxing to be up before everyone.

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  38. I get up earlier than everyone else in the house, and enjoy my first cup of coffee just relaxing

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  39. Taking an extra long shower and than staying up later than everyone.

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  40. Try waking up 10 minutes earlier than usual so you can have more time to relax and get ready in the morning.

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  41. I try to get up an hour or two ahead of my kids 🙂

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  42. I take my dog out for a short walk to clear my head and to relax. Puppy likes it too.

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  43. Take a chair outside with a cup of tea or coffee in the morning. Change the scenery and enjoy the weather 🙂

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  44. I am always up before everyone else and get my me time then.

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  45. Get the kids to bed on time! lol

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  46. I literally just schedule it.. and turn off the phone that helps!

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  47. To ensure I get me time, I make sure to block in the time and then stick with that plan.

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  48. I like to have a fresh cup of coffee in the fresh air.

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  49. I go to sleep early so I can wake up way before the sun comes up to have a good long run in the morning.
    It’s my “thinking” time and you feel great afterwards!

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  50. I take my dog out for a walk twice a day and so always get at least 60minutes of peace!

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  51. In my life it’s scheduling that time way in advance hhaa or disappearing to the “bathroom”

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  52. I schedule me time right into my daytimer and don’t let anything get in the way of that.

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  53. I try to make sure I take time for myself a few times a week however I can. One of my favourite ways is to go to the gym, put on the tunes & “tuning out” the world while I exercise.
    If I can’t get to the gym then I still put on the tunes and tune things out while I draw, colour or just daydream!

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  54. put the kids to bed a little early, so I can have some time to relax

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  55. I take the dog for a run in the morning – it makes him happy (and therefore better behaved) and it makes me happy too – so we all win. It’s a good mental break and I feel really good all day because of the exercise.

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  56. I enjoy a nice long bath with epson salts, almond oil, candles and a nook. classic “me time” 🙂

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  57. Make sure to lock the door when I go to take a shower!

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  58. Create a daily ritual for yourself that will help you relax, it doesn’t have to be a long time…perhaps 15 minutes. I take a walk in the park on my lunch to clear my head, stretch out and get fresh air. I also get up earlier than everyone which gives me some extra me time too. Do what works for you but make YOU a priority every day!

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  59. I wear my headphones –noise cancelling or classical music–and read or rest 🙂 Thanks!

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  60. I will tell my husband I need some “me” time. Even if it’s just wandering around Target alone.

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  61. I make sure ti jump into the tub every night when all is quiet for a bubble bath and a good read.

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  62. First give yourself permission to schedule me time. I schedule once a month for just me. Sometimes it is leaving work early or on my lunch break. And sometimes I plan it for the weekend. I have gone to a movie, gotten a spa treatment, a new haircut, a pedicure, I have even gone to a sports event. Schedule it in and it will happen!

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  63. Book a non-refundable spa massage!

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  64. Make sure to schedule even half an hr each day for yourself or make an appt for a massage.

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  65. I schedule it–block off time, and protect it like an appointment.

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  66. Get up early to get a head start on the day!

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  67. I think it helps to schedule it, pencil it onto your calendar and stick to it like you would any other appointment.

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  68. I get up earlier than the rest of the household, and have a quiet time with my coffee. Or I sneak into bed early for a glass of wine and a good book.

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  69. I take me time whenever I can. When the kids nap, I do things to take care of myself or de-stress. I get up earlier too.

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  70. I try to take time for myself when I am feeling stressed. I go for a walk or take a bubble bath.

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  71. I go to bed at least an hour after every one else. Peace and quiet to read or whatever with no interruprtion…priceless!

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  72. some times just going for a walk even if its a short walk. there are times I take a bubble bath and tell the family members its “me time” do not disturbed. and it works

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  73. I get up before everyone to enjoy my coffee and organize my thoughts for the day. And on lucky days I get to soak in the hot tub after the kids go to bed!

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  74. I get up a hour before the kids so I have me time

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  75. We have our first kid on the way so it’s easy to get ‘me’ time. After he is here hopefully hubby and I can take turns having some ‘me’ time.

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  76. My best tip to ensure I get ‘me’ time is to take a few moments when I need it without feeling guilty. All of life’s demands will still be there! Sometimes it’s when my daughter is in bed, or occupied or on a playdate.

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  77. I schedule an extra long lunch hour sometimes!

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  78. The bathroom. Seriously! It’s the only place I know that I can get the privacy I need; so I take a bubble bath, read in the tub, watch TV or drink a glass of wine while I unwind.

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  79. Well, the #1 not to tip is: don’t smoke the special stuff before driving away from school. That’s what one Victoria BC mom found out when she got busted for speeding and then checked for MJ intoxication. You could get a lot of me time in jail for smoking up and driving, but a better tip for getting me time is to just take 30 minute after WALKING the kids to schools and relax in the great outdoors with a cheery walk.

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  80. When I get home from work I always take a half hour to destress before preparing dinner.

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  81. Put your kids on the same nap schedule! 😉

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  82. The best way to get ‘me’ time is to schedule it in 🙂 Make sure the family knows when it’s my time.

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  83. a long hot bath with bubbles and candles. Yes please!

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  84. I would say getting your spouse involved is important. Make them see how important it is for you, them, your relationship and the whole family. And don’t forget to return the favor because they need the same thing! If your spouse is on board, it will be much more likely to happen.

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  85. i will wake the kids early so they go to bed early so i can have me time. or i have my husband take them both out

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  86. I like to mark blocks on the daily calendar, so others know not to book anything at that time.

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  87. I go in the bedroom while my husband is home lock the door and take a bath.. its my only chance!

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  88. Taking the dog for a walk.

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  89. I simply demand it. In a very nice way of course. 🙂

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  90. I love to bead and embroider, and having a tidy little kit that I can open up on a whim makes it much easier for me to start and keep my projects going. If you have to dig out the supplies for me time, it’s not going to happen…. so keep whatever you love easily at hand!

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  91. I’m a morning person, I get up with the sun…love the peace and quiet…it’s my ‘me’ time

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  92. I take me time by going for a walk after the evening chores are done. It is good for health and gives me some real unconnected me time

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  93. I go for a walk in the morning, start my day with a clear head.

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  94. Going for walks and eating a good breakfast

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  95. I ALWAYS take one bubble bath a week. Its my me time and I invested in some good quality all natural bath oils and dead sea salts to enhance my experience. Its my way of grabbing some me time while being a *little* productive by reading a good book and getting a scrub-adub-dub. When we take care of ourselves we can offer more to the world!

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  96. To get me time, I take the dog for a relaxing walk through the woods.

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  97. Set aside some time while the kids are at school or the husband is at work to just read a book, take a relaxing bath or get your nails done.

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  98. I used my time at the gym as “me” time 🙂

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  99. My me time is weekend time and being a hermit.

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  100. My me time was in the evening after the kids had gone to bed.

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  101. Either I get up a little bit earlier or stay up a little bit later.

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  102. l take a coffee out to the veranda.

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  103. I try to schedule some time in the evening to take a bath, read a bit or watch TV.

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  104. For me it’s not procrastinating because even if I put things off it’s all I can think about so me time becomes worry time,

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  105. We stick to a schedule and kids are in bed by 7:30 and then it is me time

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  106. Depending on the weather, I like to bike to work to get a bit of fresh air, exercise, and me time.

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  107. I like to wake up early before the kids to clean, take a bath or read for a while before they wake up

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  108. My best tip to get me time is to physically leave the apartment.

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  109. After dinner my husband spends some quality time with the kids while I grab some me time having a relaxing bath with a good book!

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  110. I try to have me time as soon as i come home from work before its time to make dinner.

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  111. Wake up early, drink some tea, listen to music, or birds outside!:)

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  112. My me time is when i’m at work or when i go to my massage/chiro appointments 😉

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  113. Get up earlier in the morning

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  114. I schedule me time each day by planning my days ahead of time.

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  115. It’s after my kids go to bed… and it cuts into my sleep but it’s the only time I have to call MINE! Lol

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  116. i like to schedule time in my calendar, just for me

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  117. WAKE UP EARLY,PRAY.GO FOR WALK AND ENJOY NATURE

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  118. I get my me time when my daughter is in bed. Usually a book and tea or wine.

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  119. After 19 years straight of changing diapers, cleaning bottles ect All 10 Children are now in school and a couple has moved out. Now I get me time 6 hrs a day Mon-Fri and I am Loving every min! =)

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  120. I have Wednesday evening “reserved” for me time not matter what. Sometimes I go out and sometimes I stay home but my husband will keep the kids occupied so I can do whatever I like.

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  121. My best tip to make sure I have some “me time” is to
    get up an hour earlier in the morning to give me some time to myself, to meditate, maybe do some yoga, have a relaxing bath and a nice cup of tea, helps me to prepare for my busy day and relax before the household gets hectic when everyone gets up!

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  122. I get up at 5AM during the week to have my quiet time. The Sun isn’t even up at that time, neither are the birds – so this ‘me’ time is literally just for me!

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  123. My best tip to ensure I get ‘me’ time is to learn that it’s okay to say “no” once in a while without feeling guilty about it.

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  124. I get my me time in the quiet hour before the kids wake up. All is calm and quiet while I enjoy my coffee.

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  125. i wake up an hour early in the mornings before work to read inspirational books and drink herbal tea

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  126. I like to go for long bicycle rides, all by myself in the morning.

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  127. I usually just hide in the garden with a cup of tea or go for a walk. When it isn’t the dry season, I take a cup of tea in the bathtub with a book and stay in there until I get waterlogged.
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  128. Sometimes I take the long way home from work and enjoy the peace and quiet

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  129. My tip is to delegate, delegate, delegate. Don’t think you have to do everything yourself. If other family members are helping out (even if they don’t do things quite to your standards), then you will have time to look after yourself.

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  130. I grab a book and take a long bubble bath after I get the kids to bed. I’m only interrupted a few times if I’m lucky.

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  131. I schedule days off for myself so I make sure to get the ME time I need.

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  132. I like to stay up at night a little longer when everyone is gone to sleep and have a hot bath and read a book

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  133. Set alarm for 30 mins early and go for a run

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