The way you use your time is the way you live your life.
Time tips help you thrive. Reading them gives you ideas. But it’s really assimilating and using time tips that spells your time success.
So that’s one reason for reviewing the top 3 time tips from The Time Finder at the start of each new month. It helps consolidate the lessons of the past several weeks. Also, as we look at the time (more…)
There’s so much potential at this time of year, isn’t there? Seasonal transitions — really any transitions — are exciting and transformative! And they can be a little bit disorienting, too. Quite often transitions involve taking one step forward then two steps back.
We get there eventually, but change is never linear … and it (more…)
Tips – and specifically, time and technology tips, were tops when it came to what you were reading last month on The Time Finder.
So here’s a quick walk through the tips that readers kept coming back to. It’s a far-ranging collection, reflecting a broad spectrum of interests and time challenges.
Reflection is a practice that deepens and expands your experience of time. And reflection, at the start of a New Year, is an excellent way to pause and appreciate the year past as you transition to the coming year.
So it isn’t surprising that Time Finder readers were drawn to our post titled Reflection on the Past Enhances Your Present and Future as (more…)
Reflection on the past, whether it’s the past minute, day, month, or year, is always an enriching and deepening experience. There are times when this is a pleasurable activity, times when it’s simply informative, and times when it can be quite painful.
And this may feel paradoxical, but it’s actually those painful times of reflection that yield the most precious and powerful treasures. When you are able to open your heart and mind to (more…)
Looking back as you get ready to move ahead is an excellent way to learn from mistakes, consolidate gains and find time.
That’s because time spent looking back allows you to review what worked and what kinds of time choices were most useful to you.
This enables you to carry your best choices (more…)
Procrastination is a stumbling block for lots and lots of folks, and if you’re one of them, you know how frustrating and self-defeating it can be.
Whether you’re a student, a working Mom, a small business owner, an online entrepreneur, or anyone with goals and tasks to accomplish, procrastination does nothing but get in your way and slow you down. And here at The Time Finder, we’ve got lots of ideas for beating procrastination. (more…)
A review of the past always deepens the present and informs the future.
And when it comes to time management, finding time for this sort of review takes a moment now, but greatly enhances your efficiency and effectiveness as the hours and days unfold.
Here at The Time Finder, we always look back and review what readers found most helpful in the previous month. You vote with your clicks (more…)
Time tools are always useful when your aim is to find time for what matters most!
And now that September has arrived, we let go of summer (here in the Northern Hemisphere, at least) and our thoughts turn toward school, work, and the transition into fall.
So, as we move ahead into a new month, (more…)
Here at The Time Finder we always mark the beginning of a new month with a look back at the old one. Reviewing what readers of The Time Finder were drawn to in June gives us a place to begin, as we look ahead and plan what we’ll be writing about in July.
And of course, we are always interested to respond to your time questions and concerns – so (more…)
As a process for grounding yourself and assimilating the lessons of the past so that they can be used in your present and your future, looking back is a helpful practice to incorporate into (more…)
But we get there eventually – it’s just that change is never linear … and it takes time! So as we move through today’s change and start a brand (more…)
And one of my favorite monthly rituals is finding time to go back and review what readers were most drawn to in the previous month on The Time Finder. You’ll notice that in some cases, they are posts (more…)
Looking back and seeing what was important to me in 2013 and what I thought would be important but truly wasn’t, helps me plan ahead and shape (more…)