Moving into the New. So, What Do You Bring as You Begin Your Journey?

Everything is new again. Making a new beginning is marked by a feeling of anticipation and maybe a little nervousness. It’s also marked by a letting go of things you don’t need for the next step of your journey. That’s because stepping into the new always means ending something. And by the same token, marking…

Looking Ahead, Looking Back, Moving Forward into a New Month

Looking ahead as you move into a new month is a process that is always deepened when looking back is also one of the steps in the journey. You see, it’s not a linear process, our learning and growing. Unpredictable and sometimes messy, it involves lots of experiences, a good measure of mistakes, and plenty…

Procrastination and Transitions — Favorites from The Time Finder

Procrastination is a perennial time challenge that was high on the list of favorites for Time Finder readers this past month. But it wasn’t at the top of the list. It was a post about transitions titled Transitions – How do YOU Relate to Them? that readers were most drawn to. And it’s no surprise. This month…

Looking Back at Time Finder Favorites

Looking back is always the first thing to do in preparation for moving ahead. Why? Well, it honors the past, for one thing. And it always gives you information that informs your next steps. So looking back is actually about the future as much as it is about the past. It’s a forward-thinking activity that…

Reader’s Choice – Priority-Setting, Perfectionism and Other Time Tips

Priority-setting was a subject that many of you were drawn to last month. Did you see this post “Find Time to Set Wise Priorities Using the 3/3/3 Exercise”? Well, it’s got some very timely tips for you – especially as we move into a new month.

Clutter, Perfectionism and Sudden Change – Your Top Time Tips Today!

Clutter was the topic that readers of The Time Finder were most drawn to this past month, with two posts about clutter cracking the top five over the past 30 days. Here’s a quick overview of the posts that most caught your fancy. Peruse them quickly here, 

Gadgets, Time Myths and Procrastination Top Time Posts for May

Gadgets topped our list of time finder posts this past month, as readers explored, not the best new gadgets, but how turning them off from time to time helps you get grounded and on-track. When we talk about gadgets here, it’s not just your PC, laptop or mobile device. It’s also your TV, your Kindle