Ready for a Playlist About Time Management? (Pencil it in.)

Many of us feel that there just isn’t enough time in the day. I first captured my observations about this common source of overwhelm (and the behaviors I observed) in the post The Ugly Truth About Time Management. The post starts with the premise that time issues begin with our own imperfect perspectives concerning time and value. However, what resonates concerning improving time management varies … Continue reading Ready for a Playlist About Time Management? (Pencil it in.)

Live Life at Your Own Speed (and No One Else’s)

I find myself wondering how social sharing impacts our lives. Endless highlight reels. Exotic vacations. It’s all well and good. Yet, how all of this affects our well being does weigh on my mind. We truly have to remind ourselves to seek our own best life — not someone else’s. The pressure to seek what another might seek, could become deafening. As an individual who … Continue reading Live Life at Your Own Speed (and No One Else’s)

Hitting the Gym to Build Strength? Don’t Forget About Resilience

I’ve often wondered why building resilience isn’t a key “life imperative. Primarily because being human is often at odds with our daily struggles. Work can routinely bring stress, negativity and outright failures. Family responsibilities and stress can add to the equation. Most of us feel unprepared to combat the cumulative effects. We often frame conversations about resilience with stories of extreme hardship or extenuating circumstances. … Continue reading Hitting the Gym to Build Strength? Don’t Forget About Resilience