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Time Sickness

The coined term "time sickness" is the belief that many people have about the fact that time is always slipping away, that there is never enough of it, and that we must go faster and faster to keep up. This feeling that there is never enough time to do everything we need to do leaves us feeling guilty, frustrated, and anxious for not accomplishing what we hoped to, taking us further off track. Schedules, agendas, deadlines, and the speed at which we must do our work contaminate all aspects of our life. Taking time out to meet with our friends are growing rarer and shorter.
The rate in which technology is expanding which is supposed to improve our lives by making things easier is becoming part of the problem and not the solution. In this uber-fast, uber-tech world, we are experiencing the epidemic of "time sickness".
It turns out that we can slow down and be more productive because of it. In order to do that, weshould stop worrying so much about time and instead learn to better manage our attention focus. Making our own decisions about what we should be doing at every moment of our life puts us behind the wheel.
S-L-O-W-D-O-W-N, enough to remember that everything will get done eventually it does not have to be right now.
Take a few deep breaths. Practice meditation, deep breathing and/or yoga. I highly recommend guided meditation and Yoga WithAdriene.
Count your blessings rather than all the numerous tasks at hand.
Be positive.
When you allow something to come into your life or into your workplace, you are making it a commitment with which you mustdeal with/process. It is important to remember that you have options. You can categorize these option as to take immediate action, to delegate it, or defer it to a future time.
Restoring your inner balance to live more in the now,will help lesson your stress and anxiety for meeting daily demands.

"Lack of direction, not lack of time, is the problem. We all have twenty-four-hour days."


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Jennifer Musselman, CPC, ELI-MP 610-324-5029
jenn@2sunslifecoaching.com

"You have power over your mind not outside events. Realize this and you will find strength."

Marcus Aurelius