In this article, I describe a process my family has used for years, called a “lessons learned’ session. It’s this process that has made our trips turn from almost disastrous to some of the best times we’ve ever had. Here’s how it works…
In this web-post, we’re outlining the art of documenting those most memorable occasions you share with the people outside (as well as inside) your four walls.
In this segment, we provide five actions one can take to remove a major portion of the financial burdens produced when planning events, activities, and travels for the people outside your four walls.
In order to make the most of the events we have with the folks outside our four walls is to plan for them. Our planning consists of three questions that make planning events with friends, extended relatives, neighbors, and even coworkers more intentional to achieving a desired outcome.
We’re moving beyond the folks within our four walls to those who are outside our walls that are close to us. This can include extended family, friends, co-workers, and even neighbors, with the emphasis on spending time away from home together.