[caption id="" align="alignright" width="300"]A teacher and young pupils at The British Muse... A teacher and young pupils at The British Museum Duveen Gallery (Photo credit: Wikipedia)[/caption] I have to admit that I hadn’t watched Davis Guggenheim’s documentary Waiting for Superman until last weekend because 1) it had a long wait on Netflix and 2) I was in no hurry to see it since I was sure it was just going to be another condemnation of teachers from a non-educator’s point of view. Before becoming a productivity consultant, I taught for 11 years, and my husband has been teaching for 17. He teaches (as did I) at a Title I school where 100% of the students are in the free breakfast and free lunch programs. When folks hear where we teach, they literally make a slight bow with their heads and say in a lowered voice,

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="240" caption="Procrastination (Photo credit: Emilie Ogez)"][/caption] National Procrastination Week was the second week of March. I put off writing about it. Heh heh. That’s just a little organizer humor there. On a serious note, procrastination can make life miserable. If we put off projects, phone...

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="240" caption="Home (Photo credit: hankword)"][/caption] I was recently asked by a magazine editor to give the following information: “What are five tips to help busy moms declutter, organize, and beautify their homes in less than an hour?” Part of what I do with clients...

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