[caption id="attachment_92" align="alignright" width="225"]Cathedral - Camino de Santiago Camino de Santiago: celebrating the end of our pilgrimage[/caption] We’d heard about the Camino de Santiago many moons ago at a family gathering. Every now and then it would pop up in conversation - someone’s mother or cousin or uncle or grandmother had an amazing experience making the pilgrimage in northern Spain. We decided that we’d celebrate a milestone birthday by finally making the pilgrimage. We researched our options: lug our supplies on our backs and sleep in albergues (pilgrim hostels) along "The Way" or

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="195"]IFMS Logical Business Architecture Image via Wikipedia[/caption] As mentioned in my previous post on the subject, getting ready for your vacation on the personal side is fairly easy. But getting things ready on the business side takes a fair amount of thinking and planning. Your vacation set-up for your business will depend on your industry, business model and how long you’ll be gone. While each solopreneur’s set-up will be individual, in a nutshell, these are the areas you’ll need to address:

[caption id="attachment_81" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Launch Party at The Twig Book Shop: Less Stress for Teachers"][/caption] Last night was fantastic! The  launch party at The Twig Book Shop for my book, Less Stress for Teachers: More Time & An Organized Classroom, was a wonderful chance to visit...


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