The haptic and tactile feedback of a Kindle does not provide the same support for mental reconstruction of a story as a print pocket book does.
The PGA of America believes that Mother’s Day – and every day – is perfect for moms to tee it up, too. May is “Welcome to Golf Month” and programs are being offered to women, families and others interested in learning the game of golf from PGA and LPGA Professionals across the country.
Sarah Auerswald, co-founder of the popular MomsLA blog, and her kids recently participated in Get Golf Ready, a series of 5 fun and affordable group lessons designed to teach you everything you need to know to get comfortable on course.
If you ever think there may come a time when you’ll need your boss to write you a letter of recommendation or make a call on your behalf—and there probably will—then follow these tips for building a better relationship with your superior. She’ll likely be happy to help you out!
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I’ve been using 90% digital for my schedule and planning over the past four months. (The 10% is for the running list of daily to-dos that I keep on my desk while I work.) As convenient as it is to have access to my calendar and schedule on my phone or computer or iPad wherever I am, I miss paper!!! My brain was spinning with things I need to do this week so I went back to basics and pulled out my favorite notebooks this afternoon. Are you all digital or all paper, or a combination of the two?
Combination. Love paper and notebooks!