Find Time for April Favorites as We Welcome May!

time-finder-favoritesWe’re finding time, as we always do, to welcome a new month – and look back on the top posts from last month.

Before we do that, I want to let you know about a free teleclass that is being offered next week by my friend and colleague Maggie McCauley, the The Effortless Organizing Coach of A New View.  She is thrilled to welcome expert Jennifer Zwiebel, of JZ Organizing, for a dialog on “Getting Your Favorite Student Ready for the End of School Year Exams and Activities.” Jennifer is a Professional Organizer and co-author of The Organized Student: Teaching Children the Skills for Success in School and Beyond.

This is a great opportunity for parents, educators, and organizers.  As a bonus, you’ll be able to ask Jennifer questions about what’s on your mind when it comes to organizing your favorite student! The call is on May 6th from 7-8PM ET. It’s free, and if you can’t make it, a replay will be available … BUT you need to register to access the call and/or the replay.

So, what did readers of The Time Finder find interesting and helpful in April?

Topping the list was our post about how to Find Time to Boost Your Energy, Productivity, and Satisfaction – 7 Tips!  Have you been exploring these tips for yourself?

A very close second was our post about a new Twitter tool, titled Find Time With Topify-A Cyber Monday Tip.  We’ve incorporated Topify into our Twitter Toolbox here at The Time Finder – how about you?

Many of you were interested in ways to Find Time for Managing Your Energy and Your Spring Projects while even more enjoyed our post about the small steps that get you to your goals.  That one is titled Finding Time to Do the Small Things That Make the Big Things Possible!  It gives you some very practical tools and a map for getting from where you are to where you’d like to be.

Last, but definitely not least, our readers’ ongoing interest in the important topic of time boundaries put this recent post into the top five:  Find Time Management Success Using Time Boundaries.  Have you explored time boundaries for yourself?  This might be a great place to start!

Did you have an April favorite that wasn’t on this list? Please let me know … I’d love to hear your thoughts!  And in the meantime, happy May!

What if you could find another hour every day? You can! You are invited to sign up and download The New Finding Time Boundary Template. It’s FREE, and when you sign up you will also receive (if you don’t already) my FREE, weekly Finding Time Tips and my FREE, monthly Award-Winning Finding Time E-zine!

Let’s explore time together …

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