I found an organization tip on Pinterest this weekend. It was talking about what professionals should do on Sunday to prepare for the week ahead. I was pleasantly surprised that I already was doing some of those things–reviewing the calendar, making notes for upcoming meetings, … Continue reading How Do We Find A Few More Minutes in the Day?
We are all educators and we often are focused on the learning objectives of a program. We want to beginning planning our events with the outcomes in minds. This weekend as I traveled with my mom to Illinois I reflected about how throughout our personal … Continue reading The Little Things You Learn Along The Way
Here’s a mid-week pick me up. Hope this sweet thing makes you smile too! He greets us in the barn every night with that look!
Each day we are asked to face a set of unknowns. We cannot always see a clear path ahead. When we work with clients or partners, we all have a confidence that we are going to make the situation different … we are going to … Continue reading Let’s Go Change the World
This morning is my day to travel home from a few days away with my grandsons, my mom and one of my daughters. As I got ready to think about the day, I saw a picture on Facebook. I am not sharing the picture, because … Continue reading It’s a New Week and You are Awesome . . .
I hope all of you had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend. Mine was filled with many wonderful activities. I had hoped for a peaceful, uneventful weekend, but rather I was blessed with friends, family and many special moments. In my busy weekend, I did take … Continue reading Remember just a few things . . .
Yesterday, I needed to run errands and Kassie, my youngest, said she would ride along. This was great as with her busy schedule we don’t often get to see her but in the weekends. So she, my mom and I take off for town. If … Continue reading Kids Say the Darnedest Things