Tag Archives: time management
William takes a physical and mental break: a light lunch and easy walk for some fresh air and a change of scenery. A huge work from home perk is being able to take lunch with his wife. Having conversations [with … Continue reading
Did the Pandemic Deepen Relationships in Your Life?
The pandemic forced many of us into spending unexpected, extended periods of time with unfamiliar neighbors, family members or strangers. Many of these connections progressed into deep friendships and other kinds of bonds, and have continued to grow and evolve … Continue reading
Gratitude is the child of attention. When we stop to take in what’s before us, a single moment becomes suddenly divisible into thousands. As theologian and mental health nurse John Swinton writes, there is fast time and there is slow … Continue reading
RANT to time changes. Washington has failed to continue in the fight for the end of twice-a-year time changes. At one point, pre-pandemic, this state had requested yearlong daylight saving time. That meant no more time changes. Somehow, we are still … Continue reading
Creating More Time in the Day
1/ Create transitions. :“I realized I actually miss my commute; it provided a mental break and preparation time for the day. So now I re-create the feeling by starting and ending my day with a mock commute, by walking or … Continue reading