10 Journal Prompts to Help You Get Started With Journaling Right Now

How many times have you started journaling? You start it and then a few weeks later, the journal is sitting there a few pages full and you have no desire to pick it up again. That is so many people, including myself until a couple of years ago. Since July 2021, I have opened my notebook/journal every single day. There have only been a handful of days I’ve missed since then as of this initial writing in November of 2022. Do you want to start a daily journal practice? Have you been searching for journal prompts and don’t know where […]

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How Todoist Can Help You Manage All Your Tasks Quickly and Easily

My love for Todoist knows no bounds. Seriously, I love it. For me, Todoist is the best task manager anyone could ask for. In this post, I’m going to lay it all out there about Todoist because if you are searching for a task manager for Mac or Windows or any device on the go, Todoist might just be it! My Journey To Todoist I read this book called “Getting Things Done” by David Allen and it essentially changed my life. Since reading it nearly two years ago, I haven’t missed a weekly review. If you don’t know what a […]

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7 Things Teachers Can Do During Summer Break to Ensure a Stress-Free Fall

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Let’s be absolutely honest here… teachers work during summer break. Yes, we don’t have to teach children, but all teachers do things for school over summer break. If you didn’t, it would be like a freight train was hitting you that first day back. Now, I’m not saying that you need to log a million hours instead of hitting the pool. There are a few things, however, that will help you start the year without stress (or as little as possible).  Reflect on the year before. Figure out any automated or simple running lists/items that you can regularly contribute to. […]

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5 of My Favorite Digital Creators You Should Follow

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Even though I limit it for my own well-being and productivity, I love social media! I love learning about new things and seeing the creativity of others. Following digital creators is so much fun. My own personal planning journey has been an up and down one. While I have just started this blog, I am not new to creating and using digital planners and graphics.  In my educational career, I received my Master of Educational Technology degree in 2014. I have always been a lover of technology and all things amazing. That being said, I am not an expert in […]

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5 Books That Are Very Thought-Provoking

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Why do you read? Are you someone who reads to learn, to escape, or to be inspired? I am a reader who mixes around with my interests. I typically have 3-4 books going at once. Depending on my mood and my attention I need different things. These five books are thought-provoking books to read when you really want to think.  They will help you grow and think more about your day-to-day and your big picture. As always, I’ve read all of the books I recommend. I love talking about them and spreading the word about them. The more you read, […]

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Do You Feel Like You Can’t Get Anything Done? Check Your Systems!

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You check your list of things to do at the end of the day and realize that you crossed off one or two things, but you added another 5 to the list.  You think about something else you need to get done while you’re working on one project. The stress of getting things done is becoming too much.  You plan and plan. However, you still feel like you’ve got a million things lost in the shuffle. Does any of the above sound familiar?  I know that I’ve absolutely been there.  I want to let you in on a little secret […]

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5 Books to Read This Year

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I hope that you have already set your reading goal for the new year! Readers are leaders!  If you haven’t set a reading goal yet or don’t know why a reading goal, or really just reading in general, is so important, check out this post.  My goal for this year is 75 books, so I am super excited and will definitely share more as the year goes on.  If you missed it, I’ve already posted “5 Books That Will Inspire You to Get Crap Done” as well!  I will only post books that I myself have read and feel like […]

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5 Books to Read That Will Inspire You to Get Crap Done

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I have always loved to read, but admit that life got in the way the past few years.  I could make excuses for why I wasn’t reading.  I’m not going to though, because it was all on me.  Playing on my phone, cruising the internet… all of those things had more appeal.  My goal for 2021 was to read 50 books, and I achieved it on November 26th of that same year. I don’t say this to brag or say that everyone needs to do this, but did you know that some of the most successful people in society are […]

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