Over the last few years, my husband and I have slowly renovated our home from the outdated, 1950’s bungalow with some craftsman character to a more up-to-date, functional, and put-together home that fits our needs and interests. While the home had a ton of charm and historical architecture, there have been many components that needed to change to suit our needs. We’ve needed to rearrange … Continue reading Under Construction: Building Learning Experiences with the End User in Mind
Long before the “Great Resignation” or the “big quit” were ever concepts, Dolly Parton had a thing or two to say about life in the workplace. Like most things Dolly does, she was spot on. Workin’ 9 to 5, what a way to make a livin’ Barely gettin’ by, it’s all takin’ and no givin’ In her hit song “Nine to Five,” Dolly laments the … Continue reading Working Nine to Five
It started when I asked my kids to try on their shoes and bring down the ones that no longer fit. The next thing I knew, we were deep into spring cleaning. During the process, I discovered a pipe that needed to be tightened, boxes that had not been unpacked since our move three months ago, and piles of bags were being filled with items … Continue reading Spring Cleaning is for Organizations Too.
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