Find Time to Know What's Important (AND What's Not) on Your To Do List!

Finding time to sort out your priorities and manage your to do list meaningfully can be a big challenge.  And yet, NOT prioritizing realistically can be a big source of unnecessary pressure in your life! Susan A. of Portland, Oregon wrote on this very topic recently, asking: Dear Paula, I have always tried to set…

Find Time to Know What’s Important (AND What’s Not) on Your To Do List!

Finding time to sort out your priorities and manage your to do list meaningfully can be a big challenge.  And yet, NOT prioritizing realistically can be a big source of unnecessary pressure in your life! Susan A. of Portland, Oregon wrote on this very topic recently, asking: Dear Paula, I have always tried to set…

Find Time for Planning … Not for Worrying

Finding time for planning, and for telling the difference between planning and worrying, can be a challenge.  It’s one that we’ve had to confront head on here at Finding Time in recent days as we’ve worked to recover from unexpectedly losing our web host, web site, and most of our infrastructure. Yesterday we took a…

Finding Time Boundaries as We Learn About the Swine Flu – 3 Tips

Finding time to figure out what’s what, when it comes to the swine flu, is a challenge right now.  Any peek at the news media, be it print, on line, or on TV or radio, is going to yield lots of breaking news about the spread of the flu, and lots of frightening questions about…

Find Time When Dealing With Unexpected Glitches!

The Finding Time E-zine was sent out yesterday at noontime.  I love developing and sharing the e-zine, and always look forward to the comments, questions, and feedback from readers. Yesterday was different, though. Ten, 15, 30-minutes after it was fired … no e-zine.  This was very unusual. After an hour, still nothing.  I was worried. …

Find Time to Respond (Not React) To Your Worries

Last week on The Time Finder we talked a little bit about the impact that worry can have on your experience of time, and on your stress level. It seems obvious that worry would add to stress. What is less obvious is the way that slowing down and facing a worry can relieve stress. Try…