Finding Time by Maintaining Your Time Boundaries-3 Quick Tips

Finding time by setting time boundaries is something that I wrote about yesterday – and have explored here in the past, too.  Setting your time boundaries is the first, key step. The second, equally important, step is maintaining those boundaries.  This can be a challenge, whether your boundaries involve you alone, or involve other people. …

Find Time Management Success Using Time Boundaries

Finding time by setting and maintaining time boundaries is a sure path to successful time management. Why are time boundaries so important? Well, trying to manage your time without having time boundaries is a little like trying to get yourself a drink of water using a sieve.  Your daily allotment of 24-hours will pour right…

Finding Time for #MusicMonday on Twitter!

Not only is today Cyber Monday on The Time Finder – it’s also #MusicMonday on Twitter!  So why don’t we explore some of the music sharing applications that are available on Twitter? To start the ball rolling, there is an excellent compilation of sites by Robin Wauters on TechCrunch titled “How to Make Twitter Sound…

Find Time by Finding Balance

This morning’s finding time tip offers ideas for building time for self care into your daily life.  Following these simple suggestions for regaining your balance will help you find energy that you didn’t know you had! Tip:  Balance prevents burnout. Action Step:  Claim your right to recharge your batteries and regain your balance, even when…

Find Time to Cook Rice

Today’s Finding Time quotation is a Chinese proverb that is quite simple, and yet gets to the point powerfully, as so many proverbs do. “Talk doesn’t cook rice.” Whoever came up with Nike’s “Just do it” slogan may have been familiar with this snippet of wisdom; but I think it actually gets at a more…

Finding Time, Focus and Flow with the Pomodoro Technique!

Finding time to focus your energy and attention and get into a flow with your work is the surest path to productivity.  Flow and focus don’t always come easily, however. Isn’t it fascinating how on some days you can’t seem to get out of your own way – while other days you can settle down…

Find Time for Moving Through Change

Finding time for blossoming (building on yesterday’s post) means finding time for moving through change.  It’s helpful to see change, not as a single event in time, but as a series of insights, commitments, and events building one upon the other. In her Life Attractions blog, Dr. Alice Vlietstra recently offered an excellent post about…