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March 28, 2018

Keep it Simple: Ana’s Minimalist Planner

There’s a recent emergence of what I’m calling “prompted planners.”  By prompted planners, I mean planners with built-in reflection questions. I’ve documented my love for them here, here, and here. And for you Do-It-Your-Self-ers,…

October 31, 2017

When You Just NEED a Wall Calendar

I love when my Together Workshoppers take their pre-work VERY seriously, and truly “bring” all calendars with them to trainings. Case in point: This recent photograph of the family wall calendar shared by Christine in Charlotte.  Check it out….

September 19, 2017

The Panda Planner: From What-er to When-er!

During a summer training for Public Prep at the Riverside Church in Harlem, I finally spotted a Panda Planner. I’ve been meaning to write about these foreeevvvvvvver. Anoop, a middle school science teacher, was kind enough to open his pages and…

March 14, 2017

Zach’s Hack: A Little Weekly Calendar Trick

Digital calendars are wonderful tools – until you try to make them work with school bell schedules. With most of my Together Leaders going digital, we needed to find a way to make the standard time scales in Outlook and Google work for school…

October 16, 2015

Briannon’s Key Three

And. . . I’m back. The book broke my brain, but I’m slowly recovering and I’ve returned to the blogosphere! I have a new series lined up that I think you will love. . . After my Serial podcast hangover wore off, I went on something of a…

September 17, 2015

A Year with Frog and Toad: The Case for the Later List

Some of you may have noticed that I’ve recently changed the name of the Upcoming To-Do List to the Later List. I decided on this for several reasons. One, I am into alliteration. Also, some early readers of The Together Leader manuscript (Hi,…

August 26, 2015

36 Hours on My Sister’s Farm

Many of you know that I grew up in rural Maine in a town of 600 people. Life there could not be more different than my current one in the DC suburbs. It’s pretty hard to get back up to the homeland, but when my father turned 70 two weeks ago, I…