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T.I.M.E. = It's All About YOU

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As regular readers of Here We Are, you know that a lot of our focus is on the precious commodity of "time." From time saving recipes for pasta salad and coconut macaroons, product reviews like the rice cooker, to expert advice on why taking the time to get a prenuptial agreement could affect the rest of your life, the "time" factor is important.

Over the last seventeen months, we have also discussed taking the time to reconnect with your female friends, ideas to make the most of a rainy day, tips to get busy Moms out the door, and many more "time" related solutions. While all this information is helpful to make your busy day-to-day life better, brighter, and easier, the most important factor regarding time is YOU.

Stop the clock!!! Now...Take it, make it, carve it out or apply any other euphemism you like. Just do it, and do it today or as soon as you can [not a joke].

For 10 minutes, 1 hour, or 2 days...Make it All About YOU and read, rest, relax, shut off, shut down, tune in, tune out, turn off, and remember the HWA formula:

T.I.M.E. = Taking an Intermission for My Enjoyment

What will you do with your T.I.M.E.?

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Luci Weston

@Ching Ya: Ahh, the dirty word, "procrastination." I think women do this even with their "T.I.M.E." Yes, starting with oneself is the easiest and most rewarding, it isn't selfish, it's necessary in order to juggle everything else.

ching Ya

Yes, we are the time factor, the deciding point of whether it's going to be procrastinating or a productive day. Same thing applied on how we wish to treat ourselves. It's ok to pamper ourselves, do something that will elevate our minds, relax from a hectic workload. All work and no play makes us all dull and unexciting -- familiar huh? :)

Time to make a difference, start by ourselves.

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Luci Weston

@Ruth: You are so right. Just thinking about it makes one feel good. It must have the same effect as "happy" thoughts that lower blood pressure or release endorphins, etc.

Ruth Seitelman

Time for myself. Just the thought makes me feel good! When I take time just for myself, no one else, I have a few favorite things: getting lost in a good book, a nice long soak in the tub, or sometimes a walk. I admit that there are times when I don't want to share my alone time and then there are other times when I just want to reconnect with friends and family and hear everything that I have been missing. Go figure!

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