Mixed Messages Create Time Traps

Mixed messages that we received as children lead to confusion. Whether they were about time or about other things, when you look back and learn, deciphering and untangling those messages, you give yourself a gift. And, on the flip side, leaving mixed messages unexamined creates big time traps for you. But ferreting out those messages…

What If Your Time Legacy Gives You Mixed Messages?

In a previous post I wrote about the importance of recognizing your time legacy. These are the ideas about time that you learned from important people in your life. When you carry them into your present, they have a profound impact on your time choices, and ultimately on how you experience your life. So, it’s…

12 Day Secret-How to Use One Timely Tip to Make Every Moment Shine!

The 12 Day Secret is all about time and self-care and really assimilating, right down to your toes, that the way to live your moments fully is to be your own very best friend! So, taking the theme of the 12 Days of Christmas, I’ve created the 12 Day Secret!  It’s a secret that 

Find Time for February's Time Finder Favorites

Finding time can be a challenge in the rush of commitments and daily tasks, can’t it?  Here we are already at day 6 of March – and just finding time this morning to pause and greet the new month (belatedly) with our glance back at last month’s favorite posts on The Time Finder.  So, let’s…

Find Time for February’s Time Finder Favorites

Finding time can be a challenge in the rush of commitments and daily tasks, can’t it?  Here we are already at day 6 of March – and just finding time this morning to pause and greet the new month (belatedly) with our glance back at last month’s favorite posts on The Time Finder.  So, let’s…

Find Time to "Hear" the Actions Beneath the Words

Finding time to decipher “time messages” you received as a child always rewards you, if you like revising old patterns. But this “chronological makeover” might require more than a good memory. Did Mom and Dad’s actions match their words? Or did “What I say” and “What I do” contradict one another? It’s quite helpful to…