Paula, Time Carries Me Forward, But I Don’t Feel 65!

Time can be so mysterious. It looks different to us, depending on our age, and on what we believe about it. That’s what struck me when I read a recent e-mail from one of our e-zine subscribers. Her particular challenge is about turning 65 — and her quandary illuminates a universal experience. Time, since it’s always…

Transitions, Changes and the River of Time

How do you respond to transitions? Changes? I invite you to just pause for a moment and think about how the flux and flow of transitions affect your feelings about your time? Right now, here in the States, we are experiencing some big changes. These changes are profoundly disturbing for many. For others, they are…

Savor the Season by Slowing Down as You Travel Through Time

Finding time to embrace and savor the unique gifts of autumn will nurture your mind, body and spirit. (And while here in the Northern Hemisphere we’re focused on autumn, the same general concepts apply for our friends currently experiencing spring!) That can be a challenge, though. Much as you might want to savor the changes around…

Letting Go and Moving Ahead – Traveling Through Transition Times

Letting go is a time management skill that is key to getting things done. It’s not a skill that gets talked about all that much, though. Maybe that’s because letting go is a little like the spaces between words, or between notes in a musical composition. The spaces are so important because, without them, there’s…

Transition Tips for Navigating in Uncertain Times

Transition times are nothing if not unsettling. In my last post, I explored the nature of transitions and how they impact you. I included a 10-minute exercise to help you explore how you frame transitions. Today, I’d like to look at 5 specific tips that will help you navigate through transition times and the uncertainty that they present. So let’s get…

Transitions in Your Life – Finding Time to Adapt and Grow

Transitions are happening all the time. Our lives are peppered with them, and they affect us on every level. For example, global warming is a worldwide transition, occurring over many years, with universal impact. On a more personal and individual level, our lives are colored with fundamental transitional events, such as birth and death.

Moving into the New and Learning from the Old

Moving into the new is a transitional process that we engage in moment-by-moment. And while the turning of the year feels like a big leap, it’s actually a continuation of our ongoing changes. Here at The Time Finder we take the start of a new month as a time to reflect and plan for what’s to…