I finally took this! I thought it was so helpful - lots of great insights. I especially liked your point about keeping one calendar. A couple of years ago, I had two separate calendars (one for work, when I worked at a school, and one for home). I would forget about appointments and things because they were separate! - Alison, Learning at the Primary Pond
Although a short and compact class, each area has a significant impact on my workday. I am now working from home and finding my footing this year has been insightful, occasionally difficult, a steep learning curve, and in all, a blessing. Your information gives tips to provide balance and for me, each area can and will be improved Thank you. Guyla V.
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