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Wednesday, June 3, 2015

My A to Z Road Trip Plan


If you read my May 27th post, you know I have a plan to visit 2-3 Road Trippers each day, and I'm doing it alphabetically. 

Wink. Wink. 



I doubt that I'll ever do anything again that doesn't involved organizing things from AtoZ.

So, I've visited A through G so far. Now I see that I have to adjust my plan, so if a keyword starts with the letter of the day, I'll visit that. I've already got my Z staked out. June will see a major slow down in my visits because I'm taking a vacation break, but I'll be back in July. Keep your engines running!




One thing Mario, my dashboard buddy/Muse, and I promised during this year's journey is a Road Side Rest Stop once in a while. This is where you can sit back, relax, breathe and rejuvenate. So here's our first Road Stop.







Unfortunately, there's often a very un-relaxing ad that pops up first, click it away and go for the relaxation. Even a few minutes puts you back on the road ready to roll.







Does planning help you save time and reach your goals? Are you good at planning and adjusting plans when you need to? What's been the best plan you've ever devised? Do you take a break to rejuvenate during the day?

5 comments:

  1. The problem with my planning lately is that every thing seems to take longer than I expected. Messes up the entire day.

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  2. I'm a good planner, but don't take it too seriously. Blessed are the flexible and I'm often changing and shifting things around.

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  3. Planning this last book release was huge, but I'd have to say planning the IWSG site was the biggest.

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  4. At work, I clear my mind of work related things by reading on my breaks. Helps me return to my desk with a fresh outlook. I decided to drop down to #1000 and start visiting there and going on down. I haven't gone very far yet, but have already seen some really great blogs.
    Life & Faith in Caneyhead

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