Don’t Let Your Goals Become Traps. Try This Instead…

New goals, like new shoes, may require some breaking in. Have you ever set a goal, only to find that you feel trapped by it later? Feeling saddled with a goal that doesn’t work for you wastes your time and saps your morale. Yet productive goals help you direct your energy in countless rewarding ways. What distinguishes workable…

Journaling with Life Calendar, One Week at a Time

Journaling is a practice that I often recommend to my coaching clients. It offers itself to a wide variety of purposes. For example, many people use their journals to document life events. And this simple activity becomes a priceless gift when, years later you open an old journal and are transported back to times, people and…

Journaling with Day One 2 — It’s Free!

Journaling is a wonderful tool for recording and for reflection. It’s something I encourage in my off-line work, but haven’t written about so much here on The Time Finder. Finding time for journaling is not always easy when you’re busy with myriad tasks and responsibilities. It may be something that you’d like to do, 

Springtime Self-Care: Tending Your Garden of Time

Springtime.  Can you feel it?  The air softens as blossoms burst open and green returns to the once-frozen earth.  Vernal pools are alive with activity as windows are opened and thoughts turn to gardens, cookouts, and outdoor chores and recreation.  (And for our 

Find Time to Give Yourself Exactly What You Need Every Single Day!

Finding time to get everything done in any given day can be a very tall order. How often do you feel like you’re running against a stopwatch and depleting yourself in the process? Don’t you sometimes wish that someone would come along and give you whatever it is that you need in that moment? Well,…