Flexible Time Management: Psychology

Flexible To Do Lists: This is another of my practical strategies series, with this topic being flexibility in one`s time management. Each post will have a different set of practical strategies and questions for practice. Today’s post is about your…

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your day back on track

Plan Your Day the Night Before: Why and How

In my last blog about getting your days back on track, I shared a solution which works for many people. That’s unusual in my world, because so much of organization and productivity is about strategies and systems which are tuned…

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choices

Time Management: Create Choices to Create Calm

To many people, the words “management,” “structure,” and “system” sound, strict, linear, and rigid. How can you have choices and flexibility, with “just enough” structure to help you stay on track, get things done, and struggle less with organizing your…

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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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school transitions

Transition from Summer to Fall: 4 Tips to Get Everyone Organized.

School transitions: We don’t want summertime to end …. and at the same time, back to school season means an easier, more predictable schedule. Even if we are not a parent; we work with parents, we babysit grandchildren for their…

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Parent-work at home

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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