Bianca Cheah reveals how she learnt to master her time

Get ahead at work, and get home early.

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I’m honestly the worst person when it comes to time management, and get side-tracked quite easily (hello, Instagram!). However, over the years I’ve learnt how to manage my time to suit my lifestyle, and my many hats – mother (to Sporte), wife, daughter and business owner. As a result, I’m more productive and focused at work and at home.

Keep scrolling to see my top seven time management tips. Who knows, they may work for you too.

My top 7 time management tips


I like to tell my husband or staff what I have on for the day, week and month. Saying it out loud helps to cement it in my mind. It’s like saying affirmations; the more you repeat and visualise the task, the more likely it becomes a reality.

2I make the CALENDAR my best friend

About that breaky catch up… Sowwy 😉

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The calendar works wonders for me. I genuinely love what I do so I tend to forget about time and get caught in the creative bubble (sometimes for hours on end). In my opinion, that’s not being time efficient. That’s why I always add everything (including deadlines) into my calendar. I schedule my yoga workouts, catch ups with friends, meetings, and events, and I prioritise tasks that are urgent.

3I create a TO-DO LIST every day

Every morning I create a to-do list. I always pop the tasks that I didn’t want to do from the day before right at the top of the list. Then, I work on my to-do list throughout the day in between my booked calendar events.

4I am GRATEFUL every day

Sporteluxe is a 24/7 job. I go to bed thinking about it, I dream about it and it’s the first thing that is on my mind when I wake up. 99% of the time, Sporteluxe makes me smile, and for good reason. It’s a platform that aims to help anyone reading it become a better version of themselves. For me, this is my passion. I love what I do and I would inject my last cent into the business. Sure, I get stressed and there are plenty of times I’ve failed. But it’s these setbacks that have been my greatest lessons and have got me to where I am today. I’m so grateful for my team and all that I’ve learned along the way. If I had my time again, I wouldn’t do anything differently.

5I create and make time for my SUPPORT NETWORK

Living away from my parents and twin sister is hard, but I’ve learnt to deal with it. I always make time to call and visit them (although it’s not as often as I would like). I will always make time for my family, closest of friends and loved ones. It’s this support network that gets me through those tough times.

6I have a MENTOR I can call on

There are so many days where I just don’t have a clue. That’s when my mentor comes in handy. Find someone you’re close to, who is experienced and willing to take you under their wing. Then you can call on them in those times when you need extra advice. This will save you valuable time in researching and outsourcing for the answer. Luckily, my husband is one of my mentors. I don’t know where I’d be without him.

7I make sure my computer desktop and office desk is neat, tidy and well ORGANISED

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There’s nothing worse than sitting down at my desk when there’s papers, folders, Post-it notes, empty tea cups, pens and mess everywhere. I always say that the environment you’re in is a great reflection of the work you produce. That’s why I spend 10 mins every morning clearing my desk and organising everything into their appropriate areas. When it comes time to search for what you need, you know where to look for it.

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As one of Australia’s leading fitness models and health bloggers, Bianca Cheah is a picture of glowing wellness. A businesswoman, entrepreneur, brand ambassador and one of the country's most high profile models, Bianca is a force to be reckoned with and is dedicated to sharing her wellness and health philosophy to Australia and the world. With a background in design, media and both the beauty and fitness industries, the Queensland-born beauty has spent the past decade becoming an authority on health, stylish living and wellbeing. Seeing a gap in the market for a stylish health and fitness site, Bianca launched a blog called Sporteluxe in December 2012 and in less than a year transformed it into the country's most innovative and exciting digital publication. Today as founder and Managing Director of, Bianca is not only the face of Sporteluxe but oversees the strategy and direction, is the driving force behind the brand and has built the go-to site for everything luxe health, luxe fitness and luxe living and has now become a mini health empire for those who seek out inspiration daily. The Bianca Cheah empire continues to grow as she embarks on a number of exciting new collaborations, projects and business ventures in the beauty and health spheres.