At The Write Conversation, Edie Melson encourages us to Be Still and to realize that there is Time Enough.
At Michael Hyatt’s Intentional Leadership blog, he explores The Practice of Stillness.
At The Kill Zone, Jordan Dane shares Ten Simple Relaxation Techniques and Stress Relievers for Writers.
At This Day With God, Mark Shields offers simple advice on Using Time Wisely.
At Hearing the Heartbeat, Carolyn Watts invites us to live gently, not urgently.
Bonus song: Here’s a surprisingly peppy call to Be Still, from Canadian singer-songwriter Carolyn Arends. It’s so catchy, it’ll get in your head and remind you all day to slow down.
Excellent links. But how do you remember them – find them?
Great advice – BE STILL.
Finding: I skim a lot of blogs through Bloglines, I peek through Twitter feeds and look around on Facebook.
Remembering: That’s what my lists in Microsoft OneNote are for 🙂
Janet, I don’t think I’ve even succeeded in shutting down the “think-box” for five minutes, but I’m going to try again 🙂
Me neither, Mary, but it’s an appealing thought. I think even making the effort regularly would be a help.