Chrome Extension to Help You De-Clutter and Find Time

This is a Google Chrome extension that I think you’re going to like – especially as you make plans to de-clutter and get organized for the start of a New Year! It’s called Tab Snooze and it’s a Chrome extension that allows you to make your browser tabs disappear when you don’t need them and…

Boundaries Between Work and Home-Balancing Your Time

Boundaries are key to finding time for what matters most to you.  However, many people struggle with this skill. In this series of posts I’m going to help you learn how to establish boundaries that work for you by exploring the advantages and the challenges in implementing this time tool.

Distraction 2014: Is There Any Bigger Thief of Today’s Time?

Distraction is, if not the biggest time challenge for most of us in 2014, certainly one of the top 5 or 10. Between the information streaming at us via the internet (and the multiple devices we possess for delivering it) and the expectations of quick responses and almost 24-7 productivity, it’s no wonder that we…

Focus with Fokus or Evernote Clearly and Find Time!

Focus is a key element in your productivity, and it can be a challenge when working on-line. How many times have you been working on a task on your computer, only to have your focus waver as your eye catches an interesting headline? Your curiosity piqued, you click the link, opening a new tab,

Clutter and You: Changing How Your Stuff Impacts You, Your Space, and Your Time!

Clutter.  What does that word conjure for you?  How does your energy shift when you hear it? For many, clutter is a chronic challenge – and its causes, as well as its impact goes far beyond mere ‘messiness.’ I recently read an excellent blog post by Mikael Cho titled “How clutter affects you and what you can…

Digital Detox to Reboot Your Brain: 3 Timely Tips

Digital Detox – what do those words conjure for you?  Are they scary?  Terrifying even? If so, then you’re probably someone who’s got more to gain from a digital detox than most.  (And I realize that’s probably not what you wanted 

Multitasking and Distractions: The Web's Effect on Our Brains, Our Memories, and Our Time

Multitasking is a very common practice, and one that many people erroneously think increases their productivity.  In reality, multitasking means that you create a situation in which you need to deal with constant interruption … from yourself. Not only that, but multitasking