Deadlines – Color Your Calendar to Find Time!

Deadlines. We all have them, and managing them can be a challenge – especially if you’ve got very tight, or intersecting, or competing deadlines. Too often, deadlines create anxiety, stress, and rebelliousness. A looming deadline sends many people into a tailspin – the kind of state that makes denial and procrastination look like attractive alternatives. But…

Mistakes: Accepting and Learning from Them Deepens Your Time

Mistakes:  We try not to make them, but we do. And it’s not the fact of making mistakes that’s the problem – it’s trying to deny and turn away from them that really gets us into trouble. That’s the thesis of the fascinating article 

Anger: Express It Constructively and See How It Helps You Find Time!

Anger is a challenging emotion. It’s also a very human emotion.  Take a moment, right now, and think about the last time you felt angry about something. What did it feel like to you, on the inside?  Did your body respond to the feeling?  If so, how?

Aging, You, and Your Time

Aging is a fact of life. It is continually happening for all of us, so long as we are lucky enough to be alive. With aging come many changes.  That they come is predictable.  How they manifest for each of us – and how we deal with them – is as unique as we are.

Anger Snagged You? How to Transform Its Energy and Find More Time!

Anger is a very challenging feeling for many of us – one that eats up more time than we may like to admit. Our most recent Finding Time E-zine focused on anger with an article titled “How to Create Positive Energy Out of Dirty Anger” – and the article 

Aging and You: Appreciate Your Journey with 5 Timely Tips

Aging is a process that we are all engaged in from the moment of our birth. As we move through our developmental stages, we see our aging through a variety of perspectives.  In youth, we are often eager to accumulate years.  But as we get older that changes and we wish that

Failure? Reframe It and Revitalize Your Time

Failure.  What do you think of when you hear the word? What do you feel? If failure is a word (and experience) that you avoid at all costs – a word that conjures shame and self-recrimination – then you are actually