Tag Archives: time management

Defining Gratitude

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

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RANT

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

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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

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Flex Time

No longer having to rush out the door means I can be more deliberate about my morning routine. Instead of packing my lunch and shoveling food into my face before running for the train. I now take about 30 minutes … Continue reading

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