Say What?!

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“Do as I say, not as I do”.  With my children I’m mindful to limit TV in the house, eat my veggies, read often, and demonstrate the enjoyment found in exercise.  But after having my 2-year-old raise his voice to me and exclaim “ENOUGH!” (a reaction I’ve had in the heat of a temper tantrum) […]

How to Stimulate a Team Sugar High

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Any holiday celebrated with candy is presumably a holiday for children.  Valentine’s Day is no exception.  After writing and assembling 52 cards for a class party I’m even more convinced.  Our house is now filled with chocolate cupids and candy hearts.  The most entertaining activity is watching my kids run off a sugar high.  I […]

The Project Breakfast Table

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Last week I reflected on the importance of the Project Dinner Table.  This is the need to evaluate a project and conduct lessons learned exercises to appropriately close out a project.  This week, as I was having breakfast with my kids, I realized that before you can gather around the dinner table you must first […]

The Project Dinner Table

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Every evening my family gathers around the dinner table to discuss the day’s events.  We ask the usual questions to my children; “What did you do today?”, “What did you learn?”, “What was your favorite part of the day?”, “Why did that happen?”.  This allows me and my Husband to share in their day, understand […]

 
 
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