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February 28, 2019

All Quiet on the Blogging Front

Together Friends, I know I said goodbye for a bit in July for some summer solitude… And THEN I went crashing full force into fall with:  Major Together TravelLeading my daughter’s Girl Scout TroopNew writing projects A little…

July 17, 2018

Summer Solitude – Be Back Soon!

Dearest Together Friends, Our regular monthly newsletter (sign up here!) goes quiet in July and August – and so does life here on the blog as we enter this heavy travel season and new project focus zone. But never fear, you can still find me…

December 22, 2017

The 2017 Wind Down

Friends, it’s time for my annual holiday sign-off. 2017 has been QUITE. A. YEAR. I just took down my beloved Big Picture Calendar, and counted that the Together Team and I have delivered 75 Together Workshops this year, trained over 5000…

February 9, 2017

Principal John’s Daily Worksheet

Cody’s Weekly Worksheet caught a ton of hype on the blog, and so naturally I wanted to showcase a Daily Worksheet as well in case that happens to give more float to your boat. I recently spent time with John A., a principal in Denver, who…

December 20, 2016

Happy Almost 2017! Need Some Holiday Reading?

I generally try to stay away from productivity-themed reading because I just need a break. Plus, I like to think I’m more about being purposeful than efficient. But a ton of good books on this big topic have been released in the past year…

October 19, 2016

Too Much to Do: Amy’s Time Triage Tool

It’s that time of year again: Comprehensive Calendars are set, To-Do’s are a-poppin’, and it always feels like there’s just too much on our plates. So what do we do when we find ourselves in this situation? We cannot create time, but we…

October 12, 2016

Wow! I Traveled for Fun! 48 Hours in Telluride

Holy Moly! I just spent the weekend here for a dear friend’s wedding. Door-to-door, it took about 10 hours to get from the DC-burbs to the mountains of Telluride – and it was well worth it. I also found myself feeling a bit, well,…

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