Thursday, January 26, 2012

About Stress Management: Take Back Your Time!

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From Elizabeth Scott, M.S., your Guide to Stress Management
What could you do with an extra hour in your day? What would you trade for a regular meditation practice or the healthy body that comes with regular exercise--if only you had time? This week is "Take Back Your Time" Week, a few days where we can all focus on maximizing our schedules by focusing on priorities and time management as a way to manage stress. The following resources can help. For more, you can visit my page on Facebook (be sure to "like" it so you can get inspirational quotes and resources on your wall), and follow me on Twitter. Enjoy the rest of your week! -Elizabeth

Happy 'Take Back Your Time' Week!
Learn more about how to make the most of the week, and maximize your time. Take back your schedule, put your priorities in action, and take back your time!

Life Plan Strategies For Busy People
Taking back your time often involves knowing what to cut out of your life, understanding how to set priorities and be in touch with your values, and other related skills. Learn how to re-plan your life and make changes that will make a difference for you.
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Time Management Tips
Finding time involves several factors, including knowing how and when to say no, and how to maximize the time you have. Here are some time management tips you can start using this week.
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Time Management Tips From Readers
I've found that many of my readers have found effective strategies through research, trial and error, and like to share the best of what they've discovered. Here's a selection of readers' best time management tips--get ideas, and share your own!


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