Just a few shots from along the way.
Here are just a few photos from the first day of our travels in Vietnam. After about 10 hours of travel, visas and immigration, we didn't have much time to tour but we spent some time at the Hao Lo prison. Prison brutality is sobering to contemplate no matter your political persuasion. For a planning … Continue reading Vietnam day 1
I am on an international trip with the Colorado FFA officers. Tonight we are in Tokyo, Japan. Tomorrow we head to Hanoi and will remain in Vietnam for 10 days. The 12 hour flight from Denver to Tokyo was brutal! I brought along a TWSBI Diamond 580 and a Field Notes notebook to document my … Continue reading International travels
Yesterday the time just got away from me. I used much of my morning working on the family budget and then spent some time running errands. I picked up contact lenses from the eye doctor, dropped off a donation box at the ARC store and stopped in at the bank to open a new savings … Continue reading Where does the time go?
Some folks like pens. I happen to be one of them. I thought I might share the pens I use on a daily basis. I’ll try to explain a bit about each one. Full disclosure - I own all of these pens and any linking I may provide is simply a shameless plug for products … Continue reading Pens of the moment
I thought I would make a post to share my current (evolving) planner set-up. I want to make sure I can always have the tools I need accessible at all times in order to be most effective, but I don’t want too much stuff. My first posts in this blog showed a traditional sized traveler’s … Continue reading Planner Set-up
The New Year brings about a desire to be better. Rather than focus on such a monumental task, I choose to focus on only 1 value in my life for the first month of the new year - Solitude. Solitude for me is a focused time of contemplation and faith in attaining my worthy goals. … Continue reading Focusing On What’s Most Important
Can there be anything more trite than the title of this post? I do think it looks classier with the extra E added to Old. Don't you? Hundreds or perhaps even thousands of bloggers, writers, talkers and doers are saying or thinking the same thing. Many of us are glad to turn the metaphorical page … Continue reading Out With The Olde and In With The New
I first became aware of values based planning around 1982 when I sat in on my first time management workshop as a Colorado FFA Association officer. The presenter led a group of student leaders through an abbreviated version of the DayTimer Time Power seminar created by Charles R. Hobbs. One of the things that really … Continue reading Values based planning
I approach daily planning from a pretty pragmatic point of view. I try to evaluate how much discretionary time I will have and then plan a few high priorities to get done during that time. I also take on things that are urgent or that come up at the spur of the moment. I've tried … Continue reading Daily Planning in my bullet journal