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March Reading Update

This year I’m sharing the experiences I have reading.  This month I reached my #read16in16 goal, but there are plenty more books on my to-be-read list!   Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert -This book was on … Continue reading

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My Beautiful Question

As I wrote about earlier this week, we are now in the middle of Question Week.  One of the resources for individuals to consider is this article by Warren Berger, about forgetting a new years resolution and writing a beautiful … Continue reading

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Find Your Big Magic

After reading Elizabeth Gilbert’s Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear, I was inspired to create more.  My preferred form of creativity is writing. Just as Gilbert advises, I write for me, because I love writing and writing loves me.  I … Continue reading

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Rejuvinate

My focus word for 2016 is rejuvinate. While this is not something I consciously think about every day, I do make an effort to ask myself these questions when planning activities or making decisions that impact my schedule: Will this … Continue reading

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Things I’m Loving Friday, Volume 16

Fridays are fun days, right?  On Fridays I like to share the things I’m loving, often related to leadership and learning.  This week’s edition has a new years’ feel to it! One Little Word:  I love this time of year, … Continue reading

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Creativity Rediscovered

While we are 16 years into the 21st Century, we are still grappling with creating school experiences that will create 21st Century citizens. In my previous job, we spent many hours discussing the 4 C’s: Communication Collaboration Critical thinking Creativity … Continue reading

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My Word of 2016

Last year was the first year I picked a focus word for myself. I found the process of selecting my word, and the year spent focused on it, were beneficial. My goal last year was to find a word that … Continue reading

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Things I’m Loving Friday, Volume 9

I haven’t done an updated Things I’m Loving Friday edition in awhile. Truthfully, I haven’t loved a lot lately, since I’ve been drowning in work, school, and general life stress. However, I am coming out the other side and want … Continue reading

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Happy File

Do you have a happy file? What is in your happy file? To me, a happy file is a collection of positive notes, emails, records, and pictures that celebrate the work I’ve done, the ways I’ve been appreciated or thanked … Continue reading

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[Abecedary of Reflection] Slow Down

S: Slow Down As I get closer to the end of the alphabet and this abecedary journey, I am reminding myself of the power and importance of slowing down. While I had a list of possible “s” words ready for … Continue reading

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