How to make time for a side hustle

In 2013, I found myself working 16+ hours a day (or at least I thought I was), 7 days a week and I was miserable. I had no time to do anything fun, let alone time to tackle any side projects. And I had a lot of ideas. So I started reading and learning as much as I could about how to manage time and get a grip on my schedule. This talk shares a lot of what I’ve learned over the past couple of years.

Here are a few of the resources that I’ve created for myself that I mention in the talk:

  • My Shining Day pdf | ai
  • Morning Routine pdf | ai
  • Bedtime Routine pdf | ai
  • Scoreboard to track 20 hours per week pdf | ai

The font used is Montserrat Light, which is free from Google Fonts.

I’m releasing these under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike license, which means you are free to use these as is, free to modify them to suit your needs, and free to distribute either my original files or your modified versions as long as you attribute me and keep the Creative Commons license.

Icons are Creative Commons through the Noun Project.


9 thoughts on “How to make time for a side hustle

  1. Thank you so much for your talk and providing resources! FYI – the .ai link for the daily planner is actually pointing over to a pdf. I’d love to edit it up a bit 🙂

  2. Of all the excellent talks over the weekend, this was my favorite and one that is incredibly beneficial to me. Thank you for sharing! I am going to be slowly implementing some of the things you talked about.

  3. This talk was truly my favorite this weekend. Wish I’d been able to stay until the last talk, but dang, I was beat. I’m so happy you provided downloadable resources! Thank you!

  4. Awesome inspiration in your talk this past weekend! Still reviewing my notes and implementing some of the big ideas you offered. Thank you for taking the time to share your journey with us. Helps to feel I’m not the only one overcoming how to spend my time best.

  5. At this age, side hustle is becoming non-negotiable as normal jobs are not able to pay the bills nor give opportunities to travel on choice vacation and luxury holidays.

    indeed managing time for side hustle worth the effort.

    Thanks for this helpful info

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