Find Time for December’s Time Finder Favorites

Finding time to review the Time Finder posts that caught your eye during the previous month is always an interesting window on readers’ time choices, priorities, and challenges.  December was an eclectic month, with Twitter topping the list of the top 5 posts, exercise rounding it out, and flexibility, focus and reflection finishing strong, too.  Here are the details!

At number one we have a post titled The Time Finder’s 10 Top Time-Saving Twitter Tools of 2009 that was written as part of a group writing project sponsored by Daniel Scocco on Daily Blog Tips.  In the post we explored our 10 favorite Twitter Tools, and the project brought lots of traffic and new subscribers to The Time Finder.  Were you one of them?

Second on our collection of December’s top 5 posts is a perennial favorite: Finding Time by Being Flexible-3 Timely Tips! Do you sometimes feel challenged when you need to shift gears?  You might want to check out these 3 tips and try approaching flexibility in a new way.

Finding Time and Focus Even When Internet Distractions Call! advises, among other things, using a timer to help set time parameters and stay focused while on the internet.  Did you make any New Years’ resolutions that had to do with on-line time?  This post will be of interest to you!

Number 4 on our list is a post titled Find Time to Remember and Move On.  It offers some thoughts about anniversaries and is a timely post as we begin a new year and new decade:

This acknowledgment of the events of our lives honors our stories (and ourselves) in a very real and healing way. Each time we “go deeper” we forge an ever-stronger connection with ourselves, and this allows us to move forward in our lives with strength and dignity. We accept and celebrate our stories, but are not necessarily bound to them self-in limiting ways.

Last, but certainly not least, is Find Time to Exercise, Whatever the Season – 3 Tips! – a post that will help many of us stay on track with at least one of our New Year’s Resolutions!

What was your favorite Time Finder post this past month?  Is it on the list?  Something different?  Let me know … I love hearing from you!

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