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Here In the Age of Distraction

Lately, I’ve seen multitasking becoming a cultural life epidemic.  People strive to balance many tasks all at once and to still pay equal attention to them all.  970 more words



This is one of those rare mornings when the song in my head is the same one as yesterday. The words repeating in my ears are, “even if it’s just to speak Your name, I’m gonna pray.” So I made my coffee and headed to my studio, and hit my knees. 437 more words


What causes multi-tasking?

While working today I noticed I multi-tasked much more than usual. Why?


True Misconceptions: Multi-tasking & concentration

I have just published my second novel (pat on the back) and in a recent conversation with Amy Burvall, digital trail blazer and the ultimate multi-tasker, we talked about the writing process, particularly as I balance my time between life as a middle school principal and the world of fiction, a dystopian world in this case – my novel, not my middle school. 219 more words


Making Time

In today’s fast-paced society, there seem to be limitless demands on our limited time, energy, and attention. With the continual emergence of new and better technology, along with the “there’s an app for that” mentality, there is so much more we are expected to do or know simply because we have the ability to do things quickly and simultaneously. 506 more words


Multi-Tasking vs. Mindfulness

Multi-Tasking has become a way of life in our fast-paced, high-tech culture.

In the workplace, while commuting, at home, and even when relaxing, we are often dividing our attention between people, tasks, and various “screens” (email, internet, TV, podcasts, etc.). 192 more words


Love & Anxiety # 14: In Praise of Uni-tasking!

Hopefully you tried some of the suggestions in the last blog and found them beneficial. Today’s blog could be an addendum to the previous blog on the pace of life. 682 more words