Too bogged to blog...

I have been so busy lately... I have been too bogged down with everything to blog.

There is a lot going on at school right now. In addition to my normal roles and responsibilities, I am assisting in coordinating state testing, proctoring testing, and planning big events in May (5th grade transition and career week). On top of that I am planning my wedding, which is June 26th!

I was also training for a half-marathon. I decided that to postpone my half-marathon training to sometime in the summer or later in the year. My longest run was 7 miles and the half marathon is less than a month away.  Needless to say, training was the first to go. I am still running, because it helps my sanity. I was feeling pressured by the training schedule and my work schedule. Running was not as enjoyable for me as it had once been. The last thing I need right now is to feel unnecessary pressure.

I have come to the conclusion, as much as I hate to admit it, I can't do it all.  I need to learn to be okay with that! ;)

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  1. "Too bogged to blog......." - I hear you! Seems most of us counselors are testing coordinators (with all that that entails) and the end of the year is definitely busy.

    I'd be interested in learning how other districts and schools handle the transition piece - elementary to middle, middle to high. If anyone is interested can we share current practices and ideas?


  2. Thanks for your comment! I will be posting soon about transitions!


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