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Using Our Time

It is all too easy to put undue pressure on ourselves and criticize how we use our time. We rush from this to that. We call ourselves “lazy” when we “waste time doing nothing.” We don’t have “enough” time or we have too much. We regret past uses of time— time spent worrying about things […]


“Enough” Time

The hot, dry westerly winds are blowing through New Mexico. Along the highways, hundred-foot-high dust devils spin the hazy air. The heat creates an illusion: Time itself seems to be cooking in the hot summer air. Time is a primary concern in dealing with creative blocks. Most of us think, “If only I had more […]


In the moment of creation, we are ageless

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In the moment of creation, we are ageless. We feel both young at heart and old and wise. “Artists work until the end,” my photographer friend Robert said to me yesterday. Yes, they do. This is why retirement from one career— even if it is our major career— is not, by any means, “the end.” […]


Taming Time

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Try this: Most of us procrastinate when it comes to time. We tell ourselves we “don’t have enough time to do X,” an activity or undertaking that frightens us. The truth is that it is not our lack of time that is the issue, it is our lack of courage. Take pen in hand and […]


“Enough” time

Sometimes people think that because their time is broken up and they have no long, uninterrupted swatches of time for working, that they may as well not begin. My advice? Pretend that you will never have such time again. Tell yourself that all of your days will be as crowded and as pell-mell as those […]


Happiness

One is happy as a result of one’s own efforts, once one knows the necessary ingredients of happiness–simple tastes, a certain degree of courage, self-denial to a point, love of work, and above all, a clear conscience. Happiness is no vague dream; of that I now feel certain. -George Sand Happiness is a by-product of […]


God’s Timing

In a dark time, the eye begins to see. -Theodore Roethke My plans and agendas are expanded and corrected by the Universe. My life is blessed by grace, which acts with its own timing. In times of frustration, in times of fear, as loss and difficulty surround me, I release my plans and outcomes to […]


Week 8: Wishing for Time

Fill in the following sentence twenty times: I wish I had time to…


Week 8: Where Does the Time Go?

For one day, write down where your time goes. Keep a notebook handy and jot down how long you spend doing what. Don’t judge. At the end of the day, reflect on what you find. What surprised you? What would you like to adjust?