(#148) Finding Your Kokomo

The calendar provides a gentle reminder of the
many people and experiences for us to enjoy and embrace.

My favorite time of the year is spring. Each day becomes more vibrant: flowers brightly blooming, ocean water warming, and the sunshine longer –lasting. Energizing!

It is also spring break for book-weary students and teachers; a time to rejuvenate the inner batteries of life. Nine days to break out of the “routine” and change gears. It’s not necessarily a “slower” time—just a “different” time.  I look forward to sleeping in a little later, having longer workouts in the gym, picking a book from the stack building in my office, spending more time with my wife enjoying our beach community, listening to music (Eric Clapton will be here Tuesday!), and tackling a few home projects.

The calendar provides a gentle reminder of the many people and experiences for me to enjoy and embrace.


Video recommendations for the week:

No shoes, No Shirt, No Problem!

Even if you may not be on spring break this week why not carve out at least a few moments for YOU to catch YOUR breath and stay in touch (or get back in touch) with a little BALANCE in YOUR life.

It’s 5:00 Somewhere!

So, this week rather than a lot of words, I’ll leave you with some classic (at least by my definition) springtime/me-time/friend-time/balance-time/fun-time music.  If you get the urge, I would love to hear about your favorite springtime music.

May you find your “Kokomo” this week.


Enjoy!

Enjoy your week—and H.T.R.B. as needed!

Please pass along information about my April 10 webinar, Underlying Principles of Student Success.  Great for teachers, tutors, and supervisors. Click here to register now.  Or go to my website for registration information.

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