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Tips On Managing Your Time Better

It sounds cliché when we hear people say that time is money for the worker while time is marked for the student. Truly the time spent on doing anything can make your earn either money as a worker or marks as a student. This calls for having proper time management skills that will help you achieve your goals not just at work but also in life, caritas life is a great example to go by. The following are the tips on managing your time better.

How to better manage your time

Having a schedule

This is necessary if one is to have a balanced life. Too much of something is poisonlcnklASLKCacsklalskclasnclkascnasklcnlkasnclkansklcnascaCous. You cannot spend all your time doing one thing even if it is making you earn more. You will need time to sleep, eat and even spend with your family and friends. Everything should have its place and time to be done for one to ensure the areas of their life are covered properly. A schedule will help one know when it is time for a change so that they know what they will do next and for how long.

Have a to do list

Everyone has the things they need to do at the end of each day month or year. They will need to write this down so that it reminds them what they are to achieve before the time in which it is supposed to be done is through. While writing this to do list, one should put into consideration an allowance in case the previous day’s task wasn’t done so that it can be accomplished as well. The time for disruptions should also be considered since it is not guaranteed that one will have a smooth sail as they endeavor to accomplish all their activities.

Prioritize the things to be done

There are different categories of things to be done. Some are urgent, some important, some are important but not urgent while others are not important but not urgent. One needs to know how to prioritize the things they are supposed to do depending on their importance and urgency. One should start with the important and urgent things and also the urgent ones later they can finish with the not important and not urgent. This will help them balance their work so that they don’t end up doing unimportant things which were not urgent after all.

Delegation

Don’t be the person who does everything by themselves. Be open to delegate some of the duties to other people. This will go a long way in helping you achieve your goals. It will also help you free up your schedule so that you can also rest. Delegation is also important as it helps the people you delegate to expand their knowledge and experience which is essential for growth in life.

Take care of yourself

dskjvbkjasdbvksadkjvbskjadvkjsdbakjbsadkjbvjsadbvjsadvasdOne should not neglect their bodies. They should find time to exercise and get plenty of rest no matter how crazy their schedule may be. This will ensure that you have enough energy to take you through the day as you purpose to achieve your goals.…

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2017-01-17

Gareth Lichty

Gareth Lichty: Thrum

Toronto, On – June, 24, 2008. Peak Gallery is pleased to announce Gareth Lichty’s debut commercial gallery exhibition Thrum. The word “thrum” signifies an unwoven end of a warp thread, or a fringe of such ends left in a loom when the finished cloth is cut away. It also signifies a sustained humming sound that one might make while weaving. Lichty’s emergent practice has quickly risen to prominence through his astounding and mature use of banal and ubiquitous materials to render large-scale and elegant sculptural objects.

This exhibition is the world-premiere showing of two works that together contain over 20 kilometers of plastic tubing that is re-configured, woven, hooked, cut, and tied. They manifest thousands of hours of sustained and careful labour. Lichty’s reconfigurations, derive in part from his suburban middle-class upbringing, and make reference to the traditions of monumental and modernist sculpture while providing a wry critique of excess and the consumer world.

Thrum opens July 10th from 2 to 8 pm at the Morrow Avenue Complex and coincides with the annual Summer Party hosted by Peak Gallery, Olga Korper Gallery and Christopher Cutts Gallery. Peak Gallery is located at 23 Morrow Avenue, Toronto. The exhibition continues until July 31st.

Gareth Lichty studied Fine Arts at York University in Toronto and Sculpture at Leeds University in England. He has exhibited internationally and nationally with exhibitions in Europe, New Zealand and Canada. Lichty has been a Director and the Chair of Programming for CAFKA (Contemporary Art Forum, Kitchener and Area) since 2005. He has received grants from the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council. Lichty lives and works in Kitchener, Ontario and is represented by Peak Gallery, Toronto.

The artist would like to acknowledge the generous support of The Ontario Arts Council, and the Canada Council for the Arts.

For more information contact Peak Gallery at (416) 537-8108 or zack@peakgallery.com

Recent Exhibitions:

T H & B
T H & B
April 12 – May 4, 2008
3rd Floor | 270 Sherman Avenue North | Hamilton
270 Sherman is North of Barton Street at Lansdowne Avenue

Opening Reception: Saturday, April 12 @ 8:00 pm
A complimentary Art Bus from Toronto to Hamilton will leave from The Gladstone Hotel on Saturday, April 12 @ 7:00 pm sharp and return after 10:00 pm.

Visiting Hours: Saturday April 19 + Saturday April 26; 12:00-5:00 pm
Doors Open Hamilton: Saturday May 3 + Sunday May 4; 11:00 am-5:00 pm
Closing Performances: Saturday, May 3 @ 8:00 pm

Resuscitating the common name of the defunct Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Railway, which operated out of Hamilton from 1895-1987, 21 visual artists have been invited to respond to the post-industrial context of the 3rd floor at 270 Sherman, a former textile mill located in the industrial heart of Hamilton. Focusing on installation, sculpture, video and performance, the exhibition uses the former rail line as a geographical marker, and sets out to define a vital link between visual artists operating in the Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo corridor.

Participating artists include:

Jane Adeney
Sara Angelucci
Tom Bendtsen
Suzanne Carte-Blanchenot
Susan Detwiler
Simon Frank
Insoon Ha
Lesley Loksi Chan
Dave Hind
The Hunters
Ivan Jurakic
Fiona Kinsella
Gareth Lichty
Steve Mazza
Aaron Murphy
Tor Lukasik-Foss
Liss Platt
Reinhard Reitzenstein and Gayle Young
C. Wells

Featured Performers for the Closing Reception on May 3 include:

Lesley Loksi Chan
Irene Loughlin
Dave Hind
Tiny Bill Cody

Visit www.thbcollective.com for more project info.

Our thanks to the owners of 270 Sherman, for building info visit www.270sherman.ca
The steering committee would like to thank the Art Gallery of Hamilton for sponsoring the closing night of performances, and RM Signs for promotional sponsorship. TH&B has been made possible by the generous support of an Ontario Arts Council Special Project grant.

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