Advice if Time Blocking Isn’t Working for You

“Time blocking”is praised by many productivity experts. Commonly the advice is 2 hour chunks of time, dedicated to a particular project, so you can move it forward. With many of us working from home, “chunking time” became more complex with…

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2020: My 3 Words #my3words

My 3 words this year are: faith, become, and mindful. I first read about this approach from Chris Brogan and its simplicity and creativity resonate with me. It works for me to cut through all the clutter, noise and complexities…

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me time

“Me Time”: 2020 Intention

“Me time”: How much you get depends on many factors, and one of them is you. (Others can include: ages of children, caring for an aging parent or a child/adult who needs more parent time, your mental health, work/school, etc.)….

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next chapters - endings and beginnings

New Beginnings: Where to Start

New beginnings: Is there a gaping hole in your life because of a big event that’s now over, practically anyway? Could be  a career change, a significant health or mental health diagnosis, the end of a relationship,  the end of…

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priorities

Where Did the Day Go ? Sense Time More Easily with 2 Strategies.

If you often get to the end of your day and wonder “Where did the day go?” … like it was a big surprise, yet again ….You are not alone.  To sense time is innate for some people. I have…

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Parents Who Work from Home: Time Tips

As a parent, if you are self employed or work from home, you have a unique set of challenges for managing your workday. What to do? No Commute Keep Sunday nights as quiet time, to get ready for the week….

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