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June 22, 2017

Staying Productive (and Sane) On The Road

Well, I’ll start with this. . . I love what I do in a very big way. Because there is no way I would have left a job I loved to leave my house and family, whom I adore, this many times if not. My master calendar of Together Group travel! But…

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,…

April 15, 2016

I’m Back! I’m Back!

Dearest readers– After three weeks of relative silence, I’m back. I’m so sorry I went dark on you, though some of you may have had a peek behind the scenes via Instagram or followed my travels on Facebook. By way of explanation, March…

July 9, 2015

The Together Traveler: My Summer 2015 Packing List

Friends, it’s travel time! Last summer I wrote about my travel drama, my packing list, eating clean while on the road, and reality reentry. Just this past week, I’ve been to Colorado Springs, Camden, and NYC (this one was a fun detour with my…

February 11, 2015

Loose Moments: Avoiding the Post-Workshop Haze

Each week, I deliver anywhere from 1 – 3 large group training sessions, most of which involve a reasonable amount of preparation, air travel, exhaustion, fun, and adrenaline. After all that expended energy, what USED TO happen to me following…

August 20, 2014

The Traveler’s Tales, Part 3: Re-entry Procedures

A lot of you took or are in the process of taking some fantastic summer vacations. Many of you are also traveling to fellowship programs, great PD opportunities or to see your families. There is a lot of literature around packing well, planning for…

August 8, 2014

The Traveler’s Tales, Part 1: Simple Survival

I spend a lot of time traveling… too much! But I love teaching this Togetherness stuff to you all! So travel I must. Travel woes! 230 pounds of workshop materials I hauled to the Rio Grande Valley due to an electrical storm in Arkansas. As…

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