[caption id="attachment_820" align="alignright" width="300"]Dough Pizzeria - Still crowded even though they take days off. Dough Pizzeria - Still crowded even though they take days off. Photo by Helene Segura[/caption] Every year, a particular person – we’ll call him B -  and I celebrate his birthday by playing hooky from work. He only uses one sick day per year, and it’s for this day. Since he works for “the man,” it is officially called a Mental Health Day. I work for myself, so I call it what it is – hooky. It’s a day to cut loose, have fun and rejuvenate the body and mind. Wait,that is a mental health day!

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="240"] Faculty Meeting (Photo credit: Editor B)[/caption] In the past few weeks, I've heard quite a few complaints from folks who've had to sit through some pretty gosh-awful meetings. "Pointless!" "A waste of time!" So, in my monthly blog post for Sanera Camp, I pulled together...

[caption id="attachment_768" align="alignright" width="300"]ING Kids Rock - sponsored by San Antonio Sports Foundation ING Kids Rock - sponsored by San Antonio Sports Foundation (image used with permission)[/caption] A lot of folks just dive into a big project without giving it much thought, so they soon find themselves a bit lost. After spinning a little while longer and not feeling like they’re getting anywhere, OVERWHELM sets in. Once good ol’ Overwhelm enters the picture, the brain begins to shut down, decisions can’t be made, and
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