There’s Room for Humor, But Aging Isn’t a Joke

Indeed, aging isn’t a joke. When you’re busy and stressed, feeling like you have slowed down is difficult. Getting things done is a challenge that can be heightened as we adjust, each of us, to our own aging processes. So, how do you adjust to aging?  Is it an issue that you grapple with? How…

Feeling Drained? Maybe Anger is Devouring Your Energy

How does chronic anger poison your productivity and fuel stress? When you misinterpret an important message due to a simmering resentment, how long does it take you to restore healthy communication? All too often, unprocessed anger is a sinkhole for energy and time. Even chronic irritations are mud slicks just waiting to be slipped on. But you can relate…

Need More Time and Energy? Your Feelings Hold the Key

Your feelings are a foundational part of your time management efforts. That’s because increasing your efficiency and effectiveness is so often about managing your energy rather than finding more time. And one of the biggest energy drains around is the tendency to shy away from difficult or challenging feelings. So, exploring your feelings and letting…

The Day After — Feelings, Time and the Clock of the Heart

Your feelings have a profound effect on your perception of time. And it probably comes as no surprise that the stronger the feelings, the stronger their impact. Time feels different to me during and after a big event.  Does it to you? The event may be one that you experience as positive or negative.  Either way, it has…

Reflection Time Deepens Your Experience of the Holidays and ANY Days

I hope your holiday season so far has been warm, fun, and meaningful for you. Were you able to find some moments of Sacred Time as your days unfolded? And how about reflection time to savor and appreciate what each day brought? Reflection time affirms feelings. How do you feel after a much-anticipated event has passed…

Transitions, Changes, and the Habits that Help You Navigate

Navigating transitions is a perennial challenge because it involves developing new habits. Whether your transition is unexpected or predictable, this is always true. All transitions ask that you let go of things that are familiar and develop new pathways for yourself. These changes may look ‘small’ to you, but each one of them requires flexibility, planning,…

Heart-Based Time Skills — Your Feelings Show You the Way

Heart-based time management offers a path to time success that’s different from the usual fare. That’s because finding time for feelings is a key ingredient in this heart-based system.  Feelings are often ignored in time management circles.  I think that’s because feelings are seen as “soft”  and subjective – not measurable or scientific. However, feelings…