Step Program Accountability Call 2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Who can see your viewing activity?
Lori, I might have missed where you are from?
excuse my yawing... I am in the Eastern Time zone and have my niece & nephew for the week.
Claire and Joan - Where did you say Sunshine Valley is?
Joan - don't feel obligated to take on everything that the STEP program recommends. I already have a lot of processes already set up so I've followed the STEP process as an experiment for some things, and then went back to what I was doing before. But I've still found ideas that have been very valuable so far!
Agreed. Implement what you like.
Re: Wins and emails I sent a reply right before the meeting started with screenshots of how I cleaned up my inbox. Thought it might be helpful. I have two emails: one is professional and another is my "junk email" that one is the only one I use for online purchases.
my newborn is losing her mind, I'll be right back! going to grab her
LastPass is AMAZING!
We had some concerns about unroll.me so we aren't using it.
Yes - I had to spend 45 min on the phone today with Yahoo trying to get back into one of my longtime emails
Consumer Reports this month reviewed all password managers. I need to read the article and return and report!
Bitwarden is a good one for managing passwords. It's endorsed by my IT Nerd husband.
Is GQ - a widget or extension?
Carrie drop the link please...
Also about passwords, I use 1Password and it works well. It also has a family option. I use Apple products :)
Cortney - I also had concerns about unroll.me! — have you found an alternative?
we also struggled with unroll me.
Step 3 in Module 1 regarding professional routines was hard for me. I found that the idea of "routines" was difficult to get my head around. Rather than simply putting these on my calendar or on my to-do list.
Like a routine isn't necessarily a to-do task. I don't know. Feeling like things will get lost or undone.
Link for GQueues - https://www.gqueues.com/
We have not found a different option to unroll.me. But we are unsubscribing ruthlessly.
Focus my time better.
Thanks for the suggestion Amy. I find merging professional and personal routines difficult.
Sounds like a book I'd enjoy. We do something similar.
for routines, Microsoft has an app called To Do that I've been using for a while, you can have various categories, each with multiple items, and those items can have due dates, reminders, repeats, and various views that automatically show items based on dates
I only cook 4 times a week, then order pizza Friday, takeout Saturda, and Sunday - dad cooks (usually breaksfast food). :)
Great idea Sabrina! That's similar to us. Hubby does all weekend dinners!
the book is Fair Play, Eve G(something) is the author
For meals, even during school shutdown, I've been still making lunches every morning while the kids eat breakfast, that way I don't have to spend time mid-day to make meals and the kids go outside for a picnic - win/win for me (and them)
I sent an email that might help
I tagged those emails and colored them red.
I have to laugh— I actually had an apt today- I read the email wrong… set up babysitter for the wrong time and still made it late to the apt that I was originally 2 hours early for - I need this so badly
Genius, Leslie! I've been trying to dinner prep during lunch prep so the kitchen gets messy once. Now if only I can do it all during breakfast....!
Thanks so much for that Kimberly! GREAT tool. It seems so obvious but SO helpful!!!!! You rock Mama!