On Friday, March 13, 2020, I drove my son to school to pick up some books and supplies he was going to need for the two weeks that school would be closed while we work to “flatten the curve” of Coronavirus cases. As we were walking out of the school I asked him to stopContinue reading “Once Upon a Pandemic”
One of the things that I look forward to at the beginning of each year is setting up my new planner. As a person who loves new beginnings – the year, the month, the school year, whatever – a new planner is one of the best symbols of that fresh new start. Over the yearsContinue reading “Jump Start Your Organization and Productivity Goals”
Setting up a Remote Learning Space School is about to start, and it’s not starting out how most of us had planned. Parents are stressed, teachers are stressed, everyone is just understandably stressed. Where we live, a lot of the school districts are starting out remote learning for some determined (or undetermined) length of time.Continue reading “Setting up a Remote Learning Space”
My latest post is featured today on the Crabapple Communications Blog. You can check it out here. It has some helpful tips to create an inspiring environment that will give your productivity a boost.
During the last few months while quarantining and social distancing…and basically just being at home a lot, I have done so many projects around the house. I’ve watched tons of movies (at least 8 Avengers movies, 11 James Bond movies, and introduced The Mayor to a ton of 80’s classics), and the amount of newContinue reading “When Saying No is a Great Big Yes”
One of the best ways to feel organized and productive is to manage your priorities, and have a plan to get them done. One of the best ways to feel unorganized and unproductive is to have a to do list with no direction, and no idea where to start. This is where prioritizing comes inContinue reading “Decluttering Your Brain”