My Calendar & To Do Lists Grow Like Kudzu on a Georgia Pine

My calendar and TO DO LIST is growing like kudzu on a Georgia pine tree!  It will never end because as I mark one thing off the list, there is another one on the list over on the other side of the desk that needs transferring to the master list over there-oh my gosh y’all-it is an endless pit of to do’s.  I don’t know if I am coming or going.


I find it to be a endless task to keep up with all the coming and goings of my family, work, blogging and all my to do’s that come flying by my desk.  Notice I did not say LAND on my desk, because as most of my friends know, I FORGET EVERYTHING, unless it is written down on my calendar.  So if you are anything like me, you need a new calendar for this year.  I can never find exactly what I want, so I opted to make one of my own.  I have placed it on sale at Educents for a few more days.  If you are like me, you will need to stop reading now, and head over there so you can add it to your cart.


I will wait for you to come back…………..




Grab this while you are waiting, it is FREE (for a limited time).

Now that you are all set for the new year with your calendar, I am going to give you a little peek at tomorrow’s post content.  It is a podcast that ranks up there on the top of the education and motivational list in iTunes.  It is an unbelievable treat that you will not want to miss!

My next project I am creating is going to make your teaching life a little easier IN the classroom.  It is my Winter Centers for math and reading.  I will post them on facebook and right here on the blog as soon as I am finished!!  So, plan on coming back by–go write it down on your new calendar–and remember to stop by tomorrow for “weekly fuel” and be on the look out for Winter Centers.







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