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When wedding planning is in full swing, it is easy to let it take over everything. There has to remain a healthy balance between work, life, and wedding planning, though. Without a balance, wedding planning will quickly become overwhelming and hard to handle. In order to stay sane during this process, there are ways to keep a balance. Here are a few tips and tricks we’ve learned over the years to help out with not becoming engulfed in the planning.
- Over the next few months, a daily planner should and will become your best friend. It will allow you to keep track of everything you need to do for work and for wedding planning so that you don’t get lost in one or the other. You’ll be able to write in to remind yourself to spend 30 minutes of lunch to researching dresses or calling vendors. You can remind yourself to take planning-free days so that you don’t spend all of your free time wedding planning and researching.
- On the topic of free time, use your free time wisely. Yes, you should still be able to watch your favorite shows while you are wedding planning. Rather than binging episodes, get things done for your planning instead. No matter how big or small, when tasks are done, they feel great to cross off!
- Make sure to delegate, delegate, delegate. Asking for help is not a sign that you are failing at planning your wedding. It is a sign that shows you that you really do need the help! Wedding planning is overwhelming and can get the best of us if we let it. Stay ahead of the curve and delegate and ask for help early on. Your mother and your fiancé would love to help you out to plan your big day.