Daylight Savings Time

I took a sabbatical-longer, than planned, fell in my office!  I’m ok-just bruised & killed my laptop!

But, time is sooo important an issue-had to write!  As a boomer woman/coach, I talk to my boomer women clients about there not being a set time for dealing with transitions!

As a solo-entrepreneur, my time is spent transitioning from "the boss" back to being a supportive spouse, friend, catparent, Managing Director of a virtual community &…You all know the juggling & multitasking…

But now, Time is changing!

Daylight savings will now start three weeks earlier beginning on this Sat, March 11, and ends one week later, April 1 (and again between October
28 to November 4). Hey, the media says don’t worry…be happy-you’re saving Energy!  This won’t be anything like the potential nightmare that Y2K could have been, but, there might be minor irritation – an Outlook calendar, for example…

Change is the only constant!  It’s All Good…

What do you think about all this?

In Abundance!


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