Monthly Archives: January 2018

Helping Yourself (and Others) Reframe Conflict

no Ahhh conflict!  Personally, I adore conflict…live for it even.  There is nothing I would rather do than have conflict with another human being! Lies!  To be honest, the first time I had a significant conflict with a volunteer I … Continue reading

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County Events #3: Running a Smooth Event

I probably only got about 3 hours of sleep the night before the first 4-H County Events I coordinated.  Not because I was excited or nervous (although I probably was both) but because I grossly underestimated how much time it … Continue reading

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4-H County Events #2- The Judges They Deserve

Over the holiday break I learned everything I ever wanted to know about organizing Pokemon cards. It’s 4-H County Events season in our house. After weeks of trying to decide- my child finally chose to craft his Cloverbud demonstration on … Continue reading

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