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Happy Fri-Yay!!

I know there has been a lot going on this week with giveaways and content.🤩

I am thrilled that so many of you have commented and interacted with me!🥰🥰

Today’s post is going to be a mini-pd. I want you to follow this to the “t” and then report back to me on Monday to let me know how it went.

1.) 30 minutes prior to the dismissal of students, or at the end of your day sit down and make a list of what you accomplished this week. Look at the list and pat yourself on the back for a job well done. Put that list on the left side of your desk so that you can see it clearly.

2.) Make a list of the things that you want to accomplish the following week, just brain-dump it out.🧠🗒

3.) Put a 1 next to the items that MUST be accomplished and a 2 next to the things that MAY be accomplished.✅✅

4.) Next to each item write the initials of the people who can help you accomplish this task.

5.) If you are like me and like an orderly list then rewrite it into a list of all the 1s with the initials and the 2s with the initials.

6.) This is your TASK list for the following week. Leave it on your desk so it greets you on Monday morning. Take a picture of it if you’d like.


8.) Saturday…do no schoolwork.

9.) Sunday….choose 1 hour and 1 hour only to forecast your week.⏱

10.) Open up your phone and look at the list you took a picture of.

11.) Block time in your calendar to accomplish the items on #1 and invite some or all of the participants to meet with you at that time. (if there are themes or multiple for the same person block them together)

12.) If you have time left begin blocking time for the #2 items.

Now, you have scheduled time to do all of your MUST do assignments and have time for some of your CAN-do items.

At the end of the week, you’ll look at your list again and cross off what was completed and carry over tasks that were not.

Try it out and let me know how it goes!

In friendship, love and leadership,



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