Time tools may take the form of tech tips, ideas for boosting your time management skills, or explorations of things that steal your time (and ways to change that for yourself). During the month of June, readers of The Time Finder were intrigued by a wide range
Jing is a time-saving tool that I learned about on Denise Wakeman’s website – and wanted to share, as it’s so useful if using screen prints is a part of your everyday work.
Spam is one of the perennial annoyances of blogging. How much time do you spend weeding out the spam from your blog’s comments? Wouldn’t you love to use those moments for something more productive? Well, read on,
Resolutions are on many people’s minds as 2012 winds down and a New Year gets underway. But how do resolutions work for you? For many – or maybe most – of us, resolutions boil down to what one person recently posted,
Savor your time and it stretches. That’s because while time itself is concrete and unchanging, our experience of it is highly subjective. So, when you savor a moment, really let yourself relax and be in it, it feels longer. And conversely, when you are stressed and rushed,