May I Have Your Attention!!
I am really pleased to announce the addition of a new page to The Better Plan blog!
If you look at the top left-hand side of your screen you will see a link that reads 2013 – At A Glance. When you click on that link it will take you to quick links of all the 2013 posts, which are additionally listed in chronological order. For those wanting to “catch up” with what we have been covering or for those wanting to locate a particular post, this new page is going to make such a difference.
The Better Plan blog has always had the Archives section on the left-hand side of the screen, but it was a bit cumbersome to use, especially if you want to read posts in the order in which they appeared. There were a number of posts last year that were a part of a series — like The 7 Worst Things Good Parents Do and the We Want to Feel Good series — and you really had to read them in the right order.
There has always been, and there will continue to be a Search entry box on the left-hand side of the page, beneath the Archives section. It can be helpful if you know a keyword or phrase in a blog post you are trying to locate.
I think you will find, though, that the new 2013 – At A Glance page is the best thing since sliced bread! It provides a reminder for topics we covered last year, as well as quick links to access them easily. All of the post Replies and Discussions are included, too. I’m telling you this is life-changing!
Remember to stay in touch with the Upcoming Events calendar, also on the left-hand side of the page. For instance, the next Choice Theory Study Group is coming up on March 8.
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Awesome! I’m a huge fan of sliced bread, but this new page sounds better indeed..
Thank you. It actually took a bit of effort to figure out and build, so to speak. I like how it turned out.
I wondered about keeping track of the first person to express appreciation for the new 2013 Year At A Glance page, and giving a gift or prize of some kind to him or her. Well, that thoughtful and lucky person is you, and after thought, I have decided . . . (drum roll) . . . to include you on my will. No, this is that big of a deal to me. I insist.
I agree with Jordan. Much better. Jim demonstrates kindness from the inside out. Leading by example again. That is our man, Jim.