lateness

Simply put, it is not the presence of conflict that stresses the relationship; it is the manner in which the couple responds. Positive, respectful communication about differences helps keep a marriage thriving.
What time suckers are hiding around your house?
Time is as richly complex as culture itself. For task-oriented people, such as the Swiss, time might be seen as linear -- rigid, plannable, organized into blocks, systematic.
Appreciate your partner's strengths and work around the limitations, and your partner will be more likely to do the same for you. If your relationship is basically healthy, you are not settling in the sense of accepting less than you deserve.
There seems to be one common thread running through the behavior of chronically late individuals that is probably the most shared reason for them being perpetually tardy, and yet it is consistently overlooked. You are late because you don't want to be early.
Running five minutes late may not seem like a big deal to you, but for others it clearly sends the message that you are not a good time manager. Punctuality is harder for some than it is for others, but it's a skill that can be learned.
"Sorry, I'm late" whether in person, by text, or by carrier pigeon, just doesn't do much for me, because you can't give me back the time I have wasted waiting for you.
At some level, being late always triggers this question: am I creating the greatest amount of value with my life that I can
Punctual people are nurturers. Of course late people can be kind and compassionate, but the punctual crowd seems to be a
3. Get down with downtime. Eternally tardy people, particularly those who fall into the "producer" category described above
Why do people, invited for a dinner party at 7:30, think it's cool to arrive at 8:30? It's rude. It's inconsiderate. And it's selfish.
Your relationship to time is one of your most important relationships. Consider that time is the currency of your life. All the choices you make about how to spend your time add up to the kind of life you have.
What Kind of Late Are You? The first step toward timeliness, says DeLonzor, is self-awareness. Sit down and go over your
The term "fashionably late" has now expanded to envelope every aspect of our chaotic lives. We get so caught up in our daily business that we stop planning ahead.
I realize there are cultural differences in expectations -- in some places, it's a major faux pas to ring the doorbell at the time a dinner party is nominally scheduled to begin -- but let's put that aside.
But if you conquered chronic lateness, what are some strategies that worked for you? 3. You undestimate the commute time
We need to work on these things. This morning I was approached by someone asking for money. It's hard giving in New York