iflow

Achieving 'Flow' means a lot to me. And I can admit that my mono-tasking, hyper focus on it's pursuit, drives me to distraction at times. I can't help it. At nearly every turn I am aware of my movement in space, my thoughts in my mind, the distances and connections between tasks- as I move around … Continue reading iflow

finding flow part two

Flow means a lot to me, and I am growing more and more bound to it every day. As an educator in a large school board, events occur all the time that challenge my perception of my job, and what is assumed of me. This, for the most part, is a good thing; I do … Continue reading finding flow part two

finding flow part one

Flow means a lot to me. I can admit that my mono-tasking, hyper focusĀ on it, drives me to distraction at times. At nearly every turn I am aware of my movement in space, my thoughts in my mind, the distancesĀ and connections between tasks- as I move around my class, as type on my keyboard, as … Continue reading finding flow part one