Hour of Code-Finding Time for Big Changes with Small Steps!

Have you heard about the Hour of Code project sponsored by Code.org? It’s a campaign anchored in the schools, that is aimed at getting students (and really anyone) to make a small stab at learning code.  And while the kick-off was in December, the Hour of Code 

Find Time to Set Goals as You Move Toward Success and Abundance!

Finding time to succeed, prosper, and experience abundance in your life … that’s something we’ll be focusing on here at The Time Finder as 2010 unfolds! Kick start your year of abundance and you’ll receive LOTS of excellent insights and ideas about this when you sign up for my interview with EnergyRICH® Entrepreneur Success & Master…

Find Time to Fully Own Your Day-3 Tips to Get You Started!

Finding time to step proactively toward your time choices and “own your day” is one of the most empowering gifts that you can give yourself every single day (or more often, if you want)! How often do you hear people say some version of the phrase, “My time is not my own”?  This is a…

Find Time by Culling Your Twitter Feed!

Finding time to connect on Twitter is, at least in part, a matter of finding the tweeps that you most want to connect with. As Twitter becomes more and more popular, more and more people use it … for more and more purposes.  That’s not a bad thing at all – but it can mean…

Find Time to Think of Hashtags as Twitter Keywords on Cyber Monday

Finding time to understand and use hashtags on Twitter had not been a big part of my Twitter practice ’til now, but it appears to definitely be worth the time investment. In a post on Twitip last month, Marcus Emmanuel Barnes wrote titled “Why You Should Consider Using Hashtags” that helped me to think about…

Find Time to Feel Your Hunger and Your Gratitude

Finding time to appreciate the so-called small things is one of life’s greatest joys.  And in the hustle, bustle, and privilege of our everydays, it’s a joy that we often neglect to give ourselves. In thinking about this, the other day, I was reminded of two quotations that I love: We often take for granted…

Find Time to Ring in the New

Finding time to welcome newness into our lives can be a wonderfully expansive, deepening, and, yes, renewing experience. Our entire culture celebrates the coming of a new year with reflections on the previous 365 days and then with hopes, plans and resolutions for the coming year.  This year the transition feels even more momentous because…