The way you use your time is the way you live your life.
That’s because stress is a huge drain on your mind, body and spirit. It depletes your energy and has a profound effect on how you relate to your time. And so it makes sense that reducing stress – in (more…)
It requires planning and discipline; and the rewards of following through on your time management plan are palpable and powerful! (more…)
Yet, when our days get busy, self-care is often the thing that we set aside. This can be especially true for many women, as we are socialized to place self-care rather low in our hierarchy of priorities. (more…)
Each one, in and of itself, may seem so small as to feel insignificant. But daily choices build, one upon another, and both reflect and create who (more…)
Sometimes you need to backtrack, starting with a behavior and following its trail back to its root. (more…)
Whatever your passions and priorities may be, pausing to reflect gives you a chance to put your feet on the ground, reconnect with yourself, and (more…)
Scarcity, as we noted earlier this week, is a matter of perspective and choice, rather than a description of reality.
”Busy” and ”Productive” are two very different ways of being and of relating to time. I am pretty sure you know what I mean! How often do you feel stressed, overwhelmed, and like you are chasing time and never catching up? That’s being (and feeling) busy!
On the other hand, there are also days when (more…)
Goals and Values: When you have them in sync, the sky is the limit. But when they are out of sync, you’re likely to find yourself mired in confusion and procrastination.
Prioritizing is a powerful time management skill that not only helps you enhance your efficiency and effectiveness; it also allows you to declutter your time and free up moments for what is most important to you. I suggest that you consider self-care as a priority, as you read on. It is a vital element in any (more…)
De-cluttering was tops on the list of Time Finder favorites for January 2013. I envision lots of closets and to-do lists getting cleared, as readers visited a long-time favorite post titled “Find Time to Reclaim Your Energy by De-Cluttering!”