How did I get the name @trackthetime on Twitter?

I was notoriously late for appointments and never seemed to mind until one day I took a class that changed my view about time.  I always thought I could get to an appointment on my time and if I was running behind it would be all right.  What I learned was that when you factor in a plan to enjoy your time to get to an appointment you set yourself up for a better day and a better life.

They say that Successful people become successful because of discipline.  Now I know I’m not perfect but I now Track the Time.  Since I was having problems with time I decided to use this as my username for twitter when I first began.  Little did I know that all these links would connect with my name and I would have to continue with this name.  So I am happily @trackthetime on twitter.

What have I been doing with my time?  Here is a bit of news…

Four days a week, I am a RN and work from home Triaging Nurses in the Home Health Hospice Industry, speaking to families, Doctors, facilities, and Hospitals.

I have a passion for building websites and connecting people on Social Media so my husband and I have a website company called JENStar Media.  The JEN is the initials for all three of our kids:)

I also publish an Online Magazine called, “Heartbeat Connection Magazine

This magazine is a lifestyle magazine all about the Art of Living with Heart.  In its pages you will find articles about artists, photographers, giveaways, social media, recipes, tech tips, Naples, travel, and heartfelt organizations.

View it online or order a print copy to enjoy.

It may sound kinda busy but each day flies by and I’m excited about all the different ways I get to spend my time.

All the best,

Nicole Flothe @trackthetime

So, What Caused the Fish Kill?

I just finished my first summer book, Something Stinks! It was a great read and I really enjoyed the adventure and mystery. I was transported to the Higdon River to figure out what was causing all those fish to die. I couldn’t put the book down until the mystery was solved!

Tumblehome Talks

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Emily Sanders is a typical seventh grader – reluctant to see the summer end, she is dealing with BFF drama with her friend Leanne as she heads back to school in her small Virginia town and discovers that, well, Something Stinks!. When she stops by to see her Uncle Joe and Aunt Sylvie, Emily gets a whiff of something nasty. Her uncle tells her that now and then scores of dead fish clog the river near his apple orchard. He can’t figure out why and the local authorities haven’t taken much interest in helping him. Once school starts Emily joins her school newspaper and begins looking for stories beyond the middle school world of football and bad cafeteria food. The adventure begins as she explores the science of the river and the businesses that line its banks.

Something Stinks! author Gail Hedrick is the newest contributor to Tumblehome Learning

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