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Time Management and Health: How Time Management Fuels Health by Lisa Lundy Posted Sun 01 Apr 2012 11:01pm When I say that your time management skills has everything to do with health and well being - people often question me. It is not a connection that people make readily without some explanation. Let me say as a time management expert who has surpassed the 10,000 hours that Malcolm Gladwell points to in his book titled "Outliers", time managem ... Read on »
ADHD Success Tip: Time Management For The Time Change by Dr. Rory S. Doctor of PsychologyHealth Maven Posted Tue 04 Nov 2008 3:27pm With the recent time change, my body is completely thrown off.  I am naturally waking up earlier…  Getting hungry earlier…  And just altogether feel 100% out of whack.  I mean it’s dark out right now as I write this post.  It’s TOO early to be dark out! Check Out This Quick Video - I Need YOUR Help: Please let me know what you are d ... Read on »
Time Management/Organization Update by melissalynnshell Health MavenFacebook Posted Wed 30 Jun 2010 6:00am My time management and organization is going much better. In the last two weeks I only had to call my counselor’s office once to find out when I had an appointment. I had lost the card and could not remember the information to put on the sticky note on my computer screen. I experienced less stress because of that. I was not worried ab ... Read on »
Time Sense, Time Management - Tools for Success with ADHD by Mungo Facebook Posted Fri 18 Mar 2011 10:21pm At work I use a BlackBerry to communicate with colleagues - I work in a fast-paced IT environment and need to be aware of alerts, issues, and be quickly available to any number of people in our large organization. I love my BlackBerry. With my recent diagnosis of Adult ADHD, I wanted to find a number of methods and tools to help me with my ... Read on »
Time Management – How to Stop Time From Flying by Kim Wolinski, MSW "Dr. DeClutter" Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 13 Sep 2013 8:00am       I never say that “time flies”, because, it doesn’t. Time is time, which actually doesn’t even exist! But, we humans have these things called clocks and calendars, plans and expectations that create the feeling that time is plodding along or flying. No matter how time and life feels at the time, our job is to manage our 24-hou ... Read on »
Stress Management, Time Management and Their Relationship by Dr. Elisabeth Kuhn Doctor of Philosophy Posted Mon 04 May 2009 3:54pm Not all stress comes from lack of time.  There are plenty of other things we stress about all the time, from money to relationships to having to give a presentation at work. But not having enough time is just about guaranteed to cause stress.  So stress management and time management are definitely closely related. So what do you do when yo ... Read on »
Great Program on Time Management by Sue J. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 15 Jan 2010 9:02am I just listened to a great program on time management, procrastination, and over-committing on Radio Times on NPR. Oh, my gosh, this is so me! I've always had a problem with trying to do too much, but it's become even more frustrating now that my productive time is so limited. More on all of this next week, as I officially start my new year an ... Read on »
Time Management — A Zen Approach to Productivity Tips by Dr. Elisabeth Kuhn Doctor of Philosophy Posted Fri 10 Apr 2009 11:16pm Looks like at the moment my self help blog is focusing in on the time management theme.  And the interesting thing is that once you think about something, you come across a lot of related things. And so I came across Jonathan Mead’s blog, which you should check out: ... Read on »
Time Management for Nurses by Kathy Q. Registered Nurse Posted Wed 06 Jan 2010 12:00am Nurses have to be organized! If you aren't you're going to struggle and be stressed more than usual by the job no matter what field you work in such as a hospital, clinic, home health or at a desk type job. Most nurses are over achievers which can mean one of two things; they are extremely organized or entirely scattered. Most new nurses ha ... Read on »
First Time Managers Tips: Gaining a Management Perspective by Sharon K. Brothers, MSW Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 24 Mar 2009 3:57pm With contributions by Marla Rosner Are you a new manager? Maybe you’ve just been assigned to “team lead” or train a group of people. As a new manager, there are numerous adjustments you'll need to make, some quicker than others. You were undoubtedly promoted because you’re able to perform your job tasks quite well. One of the first lesso ... Read on »