Reflection, De-Cluttering and Energy – Favorites for Finding Time

Reflection is a practice that deepens and expands your experience of time. And reflection, at the start of a New Year, is an excellent way to pause and appreciate the year past as you transition to the coming year. So it isn’t surprising that Time Finder readers were drawn to our post titled Reflection on the Past…

New Habits, Skiing, and Finding Time

New habits. Ask anyone about them, this time of year, and you’re likely to get a blank stare, a hapless shrug, or maybe a defensive response. That’s because when it comes to developing new habits we tend to relate in a black-and-white way. We’re either doing it or we aren’t, and there’s no process involved.

Fitness, Focus, Functionality and Finding Time

Fitness is a worthy goal, and one that is on many people’s minds at this time of year. New Year’s Resolutions having been made, we brave roadways and gyms with our Fitbits, GPS Devices, Smartwatches, and other wearable technology. We feel energized and excited – it’s fun and we’re excited about the progress we’re making!…

Finding Time Right Now by Changing How You Think About It

Finding time isn’t easy – not in our fast-paced world. You may not even want to think about it because you figure you’re likely to just feel overwhelmed by looming tasks … or totally depressed by how scarce your time seems. But thinking about it is a very powerful tool in the quest to find time.…

Gmail – It’s Never too Late to Learn New Tricks to Find Time!

Gmail is everywhere, and if you’re a user, you are probably familiar with many of its features. Or are you? As is the case with many of the capabilities that our computers and software programs put at our fingertips, we often only use a fraction of the tools available.

Looking Back, Learning and Finding Time

Looking back as you get ready to move ahead is an excellent way to learn from mistakes, consolidate gains and find time. That’s because time spent looking back allows you to review what worked and what kinds of time choices were most useful to you. This enables you to carry your best choices 

Your Schedule-Take Charge and Find Time!

Your schedule can be a stress-reducer or a stress-creator, depending on how you structure it. You’re the one who decides about your schedule.  But how often do you forget that, allowing your priorities to get hijacked, and falling into reactivity when it comes to structuring your time? Taking Back Your Schedule