Reboot, not resolutions

Hello there! Happy New Year! We hope you had a relaxing and restorative break filled with whatever it is that The post Reboot, not resolutions […]

Forget Resolutions; Choose One Word

During my many years, I have made more than my fair share of New Year’s resolutions, most of them involving major changes that I wanted […]

Three Tips to Make Your Ed Tech Integration Resolutions Stick in 2019

Every year, without fail, the new year brings with it an air of melancholy for me. Often, as I look back on the past year, […]

Student Goal Setting Templates, One Word Examples, & Vision Boards

“Goals. There’s no telling what you can do when you get inspired by them. There’s no telling what you can do when you believe in […]

#GuildChat for 1/04/19: Setting and Achieving Different Kinds of Goals for 2019

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, January 4th at 11am PT / 2pm ET. Our topic for this week’s chat is on creating different kinds of […]

Ditch those resolutions! Creating meaningful goals that stick

The new year usually means a new set of resolutions. Goals that we set as we look for ways to be a better version of […]

Teachers new (academic) year resolutions…

We all do it. The start of a new academic year, particularly if you’re starting a role in a new school, is a chance for […]

Five Resolutions For the Learning Organization

It seems that we have the idea we make resolutions only at the start of a New Year. As learning and development professionals, we can […]

Smell the Roses

This post was written by Cheyenne, a student in the FLVS Creative Writing Club, for her peers with a passion for writing.  I can say, […]

A Writer’s Resolutions

This post was written by Olivia, a student in the FLVS Creative Writing Club. I don’t usually make resolutions. I find that they often get […]

Kick the New Year’s Resolution for Something Better

This is the seventh post in a series by former FLVS student Makaila, a model, author, and student advocate. Ah…the New Year. It seems to be that […]

How to get healthy in 2016

December: time of celebration and indulgence in the form of heavy eating and drinking. Cutting down is temporarily nonexistent. January: time when panic ensues. A […]

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