Category Archives: Time Management

man walking on hazy day

Hazy Days

Living in a Connecticut shoreline community, I periodically have the opportunity to get out on the water. I’m always fascinated by how different the view is from one day to the next. On clear days, I can see more than 40 miles to New York City where the Freedom Tower and Empire State Building decorate

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Not According to Plan

I heard a great story that shed perspective on what to do when things don’t go according to plan. A young woman had experienced several strokes over a period of months, and the medical professionals didn’t know why. A test had been scheduled for a Friday morning, and hopes were high that this would finally

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Saying “No” Without Guilt

Of all the topics I hear people discuss, one stands out as seemingly universal: too much to do, not enough time. Admittedly, we have little influence over our “mandatory” workload (e.g. assignments, work tasks, childcare obligations, etc.) However, we frequently become own worst enemy by taking on voluntary positions and projects even when our inner

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A Little Time Trick

There is no doubt that the pace of life has picked up. The first wave of change was ushered in by the industrial era, and since then technological advancements have accelerated the speed at which we function. Recently, the advent of the smart phone – with its associated 24 hour accessibility – has made many

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8 Simple Ways To Have A Bad Day

You may not be planning to have a bad day, but if you do these things, you are well on your way! A light-hearted look at what you should avoid… Are any of these tempting to you? What pitfalls would you add to this list?

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