They are four of the most successful women in Australia and their lives are based on making the most of every moment.
What it means to Roxy Jacenko, Jessica Sepel and the weekend routines of Carly Pountney and Cassie Sanghiv, the beauty moguls, are just as important in driving your success as your work habits.
Here, FEMAIL asks the four of them exactly what they do during their precious 48 hours of rest, even if they prioritize planning and how much rest time they need to recharge completely next Monday.
We also give a preview of what the final weekend of each woman is like.
Public relations specialist Roxy Jacenko (pictured) is one of the most hard-working women in her industry
Roxy Jacenko, director and director of public relations, Sweaty Betty PR and The Ministry of Talent
Roxy Jacenko, based in Sydney, is one of the most hardworking women in public relations.
Not only does she run her own company Sweaty Betty PR along with a talent agency, but she also runs Pixie & # 39; s Bows, a business that sells hair accessories led by her young daughter Pixie.
So when the weekend comes, you would expect the powerful pint-size power to consider some downtime to regroup after a busy, hectic week.
But as she tells FEMAIL, this could not be further from the truth.
The 38-year-old actress directs Sweaty Betty PR along with a talent agency and manages Pixie Bows, a hair accessories business led by her young daughter Pixie.
"The days of sleep are gone, what a luxury it would be, between being prepared for the children and the dog (who likes to eat everything) I'm usually up at 6:20 in the morning from Monday to Sunday," he said.
And although a typical work day might see her scheduled for an inch of her life, this is not something she carries out during her two days off.
Instead, Roxy revealed that she prefers "flapping", an approach that takes regardless of the situation.
"I've always been a type of person, no matter what I'm doing, whether it's a seminar, an event, an appearance or a new business meeting," he said.
While a typical work day could see Roxy programmed to an inch of her life, however, this is not something she carries out during her two days off.
Roxy (pictured with her husband Oliver) takes a relaxed approach on weekends, but she revealed that she never really disconnects
Although Roxy maintains that exercise is important, this is not something she prioritizes during her weekend.
Ideal weekend of Roxy Jacenko
Roxy revealed that her dream weekend would see her travel to New Zealand to take an Aston Martin Vantage for a test drive between snowy mountains
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Rather, because he has little time, he will adjust to this in a business day before arriving at the office.
The mother of two children (her daughter Pixie is six years old and her son Hunter has three) said that, for the most part, their weekends are dedicated to spending time with her children and her husband Oliver.
"We spent a lot of time in and around Bondi, with Pixie and Hunter enjoying the local parks and the beach," he said.
"And when the weather is bad, we can spend hours playing together with Reading Eggs or building Lego and doing slime!"
The mother of two (Pixie, six years old, in the photo on the left) and Hunter, three years old, in the photo on the right) said that the weekends were dedicated to her family
"When the weather is bad we can spend hours playing together with Reading Eggs or building Lego and doing slime." She said
While she takes a flexible approach to structuring her time, Roxy revealed that she never takes her hands off the wheel and will use her Sundays to make sure it is organized for the week.
"I have a bag that I call my homework bag that I filled with homework for the week for my team," he said.
She said that as a businesswoman she can never disconnect, but the key is to remain flexible while having fun.
"I've never worked well with too much planning, I'm thinking about getting up and doing it."
Jessica Sepel (pictured) is one of Australia's most popular wellness bloggers
Jessica Sepel, founder of JS Health, nutritionist, author, blogger and wellness trainer
If there's something that Jessica Sepel, 28, understands, it's the value of prioritizing downtime to restart after a busy week.
The Sydney-based nutritionist is one of Australia's most popular wellness bloggers and the author of The Healthy Life and Living the Healthy Life.
Jessica's life can not be more hectic, which means that her weekends should be as restorative as possible.
"As JS Health has grown and evolved, I say no to social agreements if I had a busy week," he told FEMAIL.
Jessica's life could not be more hectic, which means that her weekends should be as restorative as possible
"Instead, I choose to spend time with family or in solitude to allow my body to rest."
His Saturdays are dedicated to rest, which means that he will usually wake up at 8 a.m. and will delight in a morning of leisure.
This means lying in bed with coffee and a book and continuing with a yoga practice at home.
"I choose to spend time with the family or in solitude to allow my body to rest," the 28-year-old told FEMAIL.
"I really do not make plans because I prefer to keep up. The plans often press me after a busy week of work, "said Jess.
If the mood strikes, the wellness advocate said she can go out for lunch with friends or family, however, a massage or a walk in nature is a must.
A perfect Saturday night you will see the nutritionist go out to the city to try the cuisine of a new restaurant.
Jessica said the business has flourished in the last year, which means that work is something that needs attention on weekends, however, she revealed that this is limited to checking emails only once in both days.
A perfect Saturday night sees the nutritionist go out to the city to try the cuisine of a new restaurant
If the mood comes, the welfare advocate says she can go out to lunch with friends or family, however, a massage or a walk in nature is essential.
"I also try to verify my Instagram once and then delete the application, I try to leave Sunday free of social networks (unless I do a quick post for @JSHealth).
"That said, we just launched the JSHealth app, which has an online nutrition clinic for the first time in the world, so I've been consulting the chat room to help our JSHealth nutritionists."
The ideal weekend of Jessica Sepel:
& # 39; I would go directly to a health retreat! I recently went to the Gaia health retreat for the weekend and I felt so restored and pampered.
"If I could, I would go to a health retreat every weekend to practice yoga, eat real food and relax in nature."
Sundays are also based on a similarly relaxed routine, but on Sunday nights they are dedicated to making sure she is ready for next week.
& # 39; I make sure my emails are up to date. This is my time to catch up on the schedule of the week and brainstorm new ideas.
"I have a great notebook where I write down creative ideas and recipes as they appear."
Jess believes that no matter how busy a person is, prioritizing rest is vital to living a healthy life.
"I see the weekends as a time to slow down and give priority to taking care of myself so I can work hard during the week.
I think that women need more rest to live a healthy life, but without guilt. We need to be good with doing less and taking care of ourselves. "
The Base Collective is a luxury beauty brand run by Melbourne mothers Carly Pountney (left) and Cassie Sanghvi (right)
Carly Pountney and Cassie Sanghvi, founders of the cult beauty brand The Base Collective
Motherhood and "me time" are often at odds with each other, but as these two Melbourne-based entrepreneurs reveal, with a little planning, it is possible to attend to both.
When I say I sleep until 8 in the morning, but it still feels like a little piece of heaven
Meet Carly Pountney and Cassie Sanghvi, founders of the multi-million dollar organic beauty brand The Base Collective.
It is a business that the pair launched in 2016, and since then they have delivered millions selling their magnesium-based products to hordes of fans.
The two women, about thirty-five years old, have five children, so the weekends are structured mainly around the family, as revealed to FEMAIL.
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& # 39; Sabbath plans always start with your [her children’s] activities and any other party they have too, "said Carly.
Ideal weekend of Carly Pountney:
Assuming a weekend visit to New York is not at stake, it would keep it simple enough. A good early morning walk, a brunch with friends, a leisurely afternoon strolling through the city or visiting an exhibition and then having dinner with friends and a free children's night in a luxury hotel.
If I could visit the hairdresser or a massage, I would be in heaven.
"I'm guilty of squeezing a little extra work if Zoe is sleeping and if Amelie is at the dance."
"It seems that we're booked months in advance, so I'm aware of trying to schedule a free activity and the weekend" only five of us "once a month if possible, Cassie said.
Although enjoying a dream is something that those who do not have children take for granted, this is not something that is a reality for any of these busy mothers.
Carly said she does not struggle too much with an early morning awakening, but revealed that she would love it if her child slept past 6:30 a.m. "once in a while."
The pair shared the photo above on their Instagram page that summarizes how fast the weekend tends to be.
Cassie and her husband take turns getting up early for the children, so everyone has the opportunity to enjoy a few extra precious rest hours.
"I usually get Saturday and he takes Sunday, when I say I sleep until 8 in the morning, but it still feels like a little piece of heaven and I always feel so cool just to get up and follow my own rhythm.
Mom-of-two Carly Pountney (pictured) said that weekends tend to be structured around her family
Juggling the demands of the family along with business means that the duo does not have much time for exercise, however, some form of movement is imperative.
"In recent months, I've been making sure to always fit in a decent Sunday walk with a couple of friends who live nearby, we stay motivated," Carly shared.
Cassie, a running fan, said she can not hit the road due to a knee injury, so, while recovering, she should take things easy. A regular bath helps keep it in shape.
Both women said that their days are a combination of planned events, but there is free time in factors that allows them to go with the flow.
The pair was launched in 2016, and since then they have delivered millions selling their magnesium-based products to hordes of fans.
"At the very least, I usually have a list of things to do," Carly said, "I tend to move on to full planning when we have some social events or travel."
Dream weekend of Cassie Sanghvi:
"I would say a furtive trip to Singapore with my husband, I stay at the Marina Bay Sands, drinking cocktails next to that incredible pool followed by some express purchases and a beautiful meal together.
"Actually, it would be a lazy weekend swimming in the pool with the kids, my husband turns on the pizza oven to make homemade pizzas and then a movie on the couch at night."
"We are a team, and it is very much a family diary that we have and we all work around the commitments we all have," said Cassie.
"Being so busy during the week means we try to be all together as much as possible on weekends."
Change is not always easy, admitted the two, but it is something that everyone strives to do for the sake of their sanity.
Carly said she will try to book her Saturdays as work-free time, but will catch up with the email one Sunday afternoon, while Cassie said she does everything possible to keep her phone and computer out of bounds to give her an opportunity to recharge.
His business has been a wildly out-of-control success, but this has not stopped having a lot of sacrifices, including the valuable time spent on weekends in email.
"It's not always been like that, but now we have systems in place and people to help us, so I guess there's really nothing that can not wait until Monday morning."
Cassie Sanghvi (pictured) believes in the benefits of making some extra dishes on a Sunday
When preparing for next week, the duo usually take time on Sunday afternoons to check the diary appointments, make some additional meals, or consider a small wardrobe plan.
"I always make a couple of dishes in advance, like a bolognese, lasagna or vegetarian soup, so when we get home late we have a nutritious meal ready to go," Cassie said.
While Carly added: "I plan my wardrobe a little bit more because I make sure that over the weekend everything I know I want to use for next week is clean and ready."