How 5 Successful Women Find Free Time
ABC News correspondent and a coauthor of Womenomics ($6, amazon.com)
“I usually spend my free time doing what my two kids want. But recently my family and I went to a ski resort. I had been wanting to learn to snowboard and thought, Why not? So I spent most of the trip doing exactly that while my husband hung out with the kids. A few years ago, I would have felt too guilty to go off on my own. Truth is, I had a great time, and I realized that the hurdle to getting time for myself was not that high. The barriers were in my own head.”
So maybe you can’t change your health overnight. But you can get a head start.