Find Time to Take Charge of Your E-mail (So That It Doesn’t Take Charge of You)!

Finding time to manage the volume of e-mail that we receive here at The Time Finder can feel like a full-time job some days.  I am sure that many of you can relate to that feeling.  (In fact, I recently had an e-mail from a member of the Finding Time Community, which has prompted this…

Find Time to Stay on Top of It All AND Free Your Mind with Evernote

Finding time to get everything done, and keep up with all of the information that is at our fingertips these days can be a daunting task. How many times have you noticed something on the web that you wanted to write about or look into, only to get interrupted or move on to something else…

Find Time to Explore Your Heart and Mind with Mindmapping

Finding time to explore what you think and feel … to know yourself better … is the best way I can think of to form a solid base for anything that you want to do.  And the Mind Map, a tool with a long history that was most recently honed and popularized by Tony Buzan,…

Find Time to Use the Clues in Your Clutter!

Finding time to get to the bottom of your clutter – whether it’s in your space, your time, or your mind – can be a very daunting task. That’s why I was so very pleased to hear my friend and colleague Jennifer Zwiebel offer such insightful and practical advice in our EducationRich and HeartBased interview…

Find Time to Clear Out the Clutter that Procrastination Creates on Your To Do List!

Finding time to clear out clutter is not just a matter of cleaning up or reorganizing your physical space. Clutter has the potential to trip us up and slow us down in almost every area of our lives. Today I’d like to take a look at addressing some of the ways that procrastination can add…

Find Time Today: Move Some Priorities to the Bottom of Your List!

Finding time by setting priorities is a wonderful way to organize yourself.  But here’s a recent question from a reader that illustrates a common challenge when prioritizing. Susan A. of Portland, Oregon wrote: Dear Paula, I have always tried to set priorities when I create my to-do list. My problem is that I have a…

Find Time to Deal with Your Paper-Just Ask Paula (or Maggie)!

Finding time for dialogue with members of the Finding Time community is one of my favorite things, and last night’s call with Certified Life Coach Maggie McCauley was a great example. Were you there?  Maggie shared a boatload of ideas and information about moving “From Chaos to Peace—Creating an Inspired Workspace.” If you couldn’t make…