I’m listening to a great tape–Time Management from the Inside Out–as I drive to school. Of course, the suggestions are for the ideal situation. I find, lately, I rush around like a nut most days, bending to everyone else’s needs, ending the day exhausted and my own fun on the backburner. I realized my time management was more about being centered for me in my own world–not pulled by the many threads around me. I learned this in Nia class the other day also. In Nia, a free-form type of dance class, we bend and flow and scurry around the room. When I switched focus to what other dancers were doing, I actually lost my balance! Back in my own head and my own experience, I felt centered and strong. How fabulous a dance class would be so profound in teaching me. The way I did my process in the class would apply to everything else I do. This week with the help of my ever present and very patient Angel & Fairy Guides, I am focusing on centering.