Does wedding planning seem like a full-time job? Jonathan Kirkby reveals how he learnt to multitask like a pro for his civil partnership last SeptemberWedmin is Work, and even if you’ve hired a planner, you’re still going to have to do some research yourself. My partner ian and i both run our own businesses so we had to learn to tick off those tasks between 9-5pm. from squeezing in suit ﬁttings between meetings and managing clients while tasting cakes – i tried it all. not your own boss? no problem – i can give you the inside track on how to weave all those tasks seamlessly into a working day so no one notices a thing. don’t believe me?
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Here’s how:Use your time wiselyForget buying the Frock (For now), it’s time you need to buy!You don’t need to choose between your wedding and your job. When i’m in the ofﬁce it’s work time, so i had to pick my ‘wedding moments’ and use them well. Just 30 minutes early each morning for wedmin (in a blissfully quiet ofﬁce) can help you get ahead of the game. We sent out our save-the-dates a year beforehandand, in the months leading up to the wedding, i was in the ofﬁce until 10pm every night so ticking off our to-do list early was a huge help down the line.
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