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August 09, 2008


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Alyce Barry

I love the song "Bamboleo," I often use it during a workshop to get people moving during a break. A few months ago I listened to it as I came down a mountain after a strenuous hike, and I fairly danced down the hillside.

Gotta ask, though, what on earth is a banana slug?

Laurel Kallenbach

Wow! I've never heard of managing your energy, although it makes sense. I'm often down on myself because of my lack of time management, and looking back I often think that my problem is that I get sidetracked by things that aren't all that important in the grand scheme of things. Like washing dishes or vacuuming or cleaning out drawers. I do stuff like that and then can't believe I squandered precious time on something so trivial.

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