Winner: Busiest Person in the Morning

"Good Morning America's" nationwide search for the "Busiest Person in The Morning" has officially ended.

Finding a winner wasn't easy. "GMA" received many entries from people who are almost too busy to enter a contest.

In the end, "GMA" was able to trim down the list of finalists to one winner: Shelly Smith, a mother of three from Mount Zion, Ill.

Smith, 36, begins her day at 3 a.m. each day to get ready for her first job loading boxes for UPS, where she has worked for nearly 17 years.

Smith finishes at UPS at 6:45 a.m. and returns home just in time to get her children -- Melissa, 15; Blake, 14; and Matt, 9 -- out to school.

After a quick outfit change from coveralls and workboots to a suit and heels, Smith heads to her second job as an insurance agent at 9:30 a.m.

"It's a totally different atmosphere," Smith said. It's like I have to change personalities to do this. This is my professional personality and UPS is my wild crazy lifting packages personality."

Smith usually leaves her second job between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. -- but she doesn't take a break. When she returns home from her second job, Smith cleans the house and does the laundry.

"You just get used to it," Smith said. "I mean this is just what I do every day. So it's not whether I like it or whether I don't like it. I just know it's something I gotta do. You don't really think about it."

Smith was whisked to New York City with her husband, Richard, who also works a crazy schedule, when "GMA" annouced she was a finalist in the "Busiest Person in the Morning" contest.

Smith was given a basket of amazing skin care products from Mario Badescu, and a full spa day at New York City's famous Mario Badescu spa.

"GMA" announced its search for the "Busiest Person in America" back in October. Those interested in entering were asked to write an original essay explaining why they have the busiest morning.

Smith decided to enter after a particularly busy morning. She says she's happy she took time out of her hectic schedule to enter since she can't usually treat herself with something as decadent as a day at the spa.