Tag: time management

Important or Urgent?

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ In life, and in work there are always too many things that need to be done.  It can be difficult to figure out whether an issue is important or urgent.  Trying to figure out the difference can be hard, especially when work is coming at you at a hundred miles an…
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“Expert Time Management”

It’s just a few minutes before midnight as I finally find time to focus on writing another blog post.  11:51 PM, in fact.  That information will probably confirm to you that I don’t really sleep. I’ve been going since 8:00 this morning, because I overslept.  I woke up to my personal trainer banging on the…
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Be Very Aware of Your Time

It is excruciatingly easy to fritter away hours, days, weeks, and months of your life, if you don’t have plans, and don’t track what you’ve been doing.  Being mindful of how you are spending your time is extremely important, and crucial to your success.  Why do I say that?  Because when you are not aware…
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Take Time To Enjoy the Snow

      I’m pretty sure that by now, most people have heard that the south is snowed in, and have been having a field day with the cars stuck on the roads, and the pictures that went viral on the internet.  I posted one of them above.  The roads are a mess, and let’s…
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Working On Your Smartphone At Night Is Bad For Productivity | Co.Design | business + design

This confirms what I’ve thought for a while, and it’s also why my daughter’s phone gets to sleep downstairs at night.  I’ve found that I am definitely less engaged with the emails, and much less likely to completely follow through the next day- to my own detriment! ……………………………………. “A new study from Michigan State University’s…
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Pro Time Management

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ Pro time management is as much about what you do, as what you don’t do. For me, pro time management revolves around a couple of simple concepts. Learning to get more done in less time, and remain sane is the gold standard for most parents, and working adults. But how do…
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Hobbies

One thing I’ve noticed that’s a bit different between me and other people are my hobbies.  My hobbies include blogging, leading my Girl Scout Troops, sewing, building web pages, and reading.  Notice that none of those includes playing video games, or watching TV, going to movies, or even going to sporting events.  I can’t count…
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