Me Time: The Professional Woman’s Guide to finding 30 guilt-free hours a month

A proven 5-Step framework to help you identify and harness hours of lost time to live the life you love.

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You are clever woman. You have it all – a fantastic business or career, a beautiful family, the success you have worked hard for and the trappings of that success. Other women look at you and wonder how does she do it all!? You are living the dream!

Yeah, right.

Scratch below the surface and you are freaking out, even just a little. You have so many balls in the air that the juggle is becoming increasingly hard to sustain. You need to start doing things differently because trying to do it all represents a huge risk to your happiness and sanity.

How would it be if you could learn how to successfully juggle your work and home life and be guilt-free?

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Me Time coaches you on how to:

  • Identify your key time management challenges
  • Articulate your core Values and understand where you want to be sending your time
  • Complete a time audit, mapping your time in detail – if you don’t know exactly where you spend your time you can’t know what changes you can make
  • Categorise your time in to your Musts; Wants; Delegates and Rejects
  • Cost your time so that you know the financial, opportunity, emotional and physical costs of how you are spending your time
  • Identify exactly what you are going to Outsource, Insource, Reject or do differently to free up hours of your time
  • Establish an Action Plan to make sure you get those time gains back

Along the way, be inspired by other women who openly discuss their time challenges, warts and all.

Me Time will educate and entertain you, and leave you with a lasting impact on the way you choose to live, work, play and invest your time.

Testimonials for Me Time

The illusion that I would find more time ‘when the kids are older’ was recently shattered – I learned that it is not about external forces changing…it is about me learning how to find and manage ‘Me Time’. The 5 Steps to being SMART gave me the insights and tools to choose how to spend my time so I can embrace and enjoy all the joys of life.

Natasha Stott-Despoja

I didn’t expect to find any spare time with the 5 Steps to Being SMART. I’m a busy person and my attitude was, ‘Sorry, not a lot of time wasted through the week. I am always doing two things at once.’ After completing the 5 Steps to Being SMART I identified an hour and a half a day of time I could get back. I was surprised and delighted.


Working through the [5 Steps to Being SMART] is very thought provoking and certainly heightens awareness around the value of your time. It also drives a reality check on how you are spending your time together with an opportunity to consider your distribution of effort across the things in your life that matter the most.


I’ve worked through the steps [of the 5 Steps to Being SMART]. I have started reviewing what I’m actually doing in my week and realised I can definitely get back time. I’ve delegated more to my children and even outsourced to get some balance at home with the family. Thanks for shifting my focus on how I can get more quality time with the family and for myself!


Hi Kate! I want to thank you for the amazing awakening around how I spend my time. My no 1 value is Respect. How are others going to to respect my time, if I don’t do it first? So here’s my weekly commitment and accountability to myself. Your book has delivered so much value. Thank you

Fran Hughes

I didn’t have enough time for myself and to explore my interests, particularly as a single mother. The 5 Steps to Being SMART helped me find 4 hours a day I could reclaim by managing my time smarter. Now I just have to implement it and sustain it. I have also decided to spend some time on myself.


I do feel guilty about not spending enough time with my children. They are only this age once and I want them to remember me as being there for them during the important years. I am an efficient person and yet I found hours a day that I could use by managing my time smarter. Tidying and cleaning the house, being a taxi driver and email management are the areas I still need to work on. I hadn’t thought about outsourcing some of these tasks!


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