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Hello July! // Free Monthly Planner and List

it’s July! well… almost, for those of you in a different timezone. if you’ve been following my blog, you’ll know that at the start of every month i share some free resources, including a planner, goals list and desktop calendar.  489 more words


Time Management Tips

Everyone has a limited amount of time. No matter if you are a business owner, stay at home parent, or a student; everyone has tasks that need completed. 389 more words


I won!

If you’ve been following my craft page, CutieQ Cards n Crafts, and following me on Instagram, CutieQ Cards, you would know that I’ve been pretty planner-addicted lately. 88 more words


First Impressions - Notepads and Pens galore!

Just a quick post to share my thoughts on some of my recent purchases that I shared in the recent stationery blog.

I have been using the List Book from Paperchase pretty much every day. 389 more words


Putting Technology In Its Place: A Call to Government Planning Professionals

Cities throughout America use different technological platforms and systems for operation, management and outreach.  Implementing technology in the decision-making process helps with efficiency, but even technology has its limitations.  274 more words


One Book July

What is One Book July? A good question!

I had no idea what it meant when I first discovered a video by Carie Harling from… 277 more words


Planning and Zoning Continuing Education Credit Opportunities for July

The Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments (BCDCOG) will facilitate the following continuing education session for planning officials and employees during the next month.
These 1.5 hour webinar sessions qualify for the Continuing Education credits required of elected officials, board and commission members and employees involved in planning and zoning matters that have already completed the mandated orientation training. 335 more words