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Balancing Competing Commitments

Join Margaret Viebrock of Washington State University Extension as she shares ways to balance your busy farm life schedule.

Learn how to conquer the clutter in your life and then get rid of your biggest time wasters.

It may sound easy, but without a plan, it never happens.  Find out how to change your life, using seven easy steps.  Be prepared to make some changes that will affect your productivity, help you accomplish the most important things and bring a better balance to your life.

Margaret Viebrock is a faculty member of Washington State University.  She is an Extension County Director and works in Douglas, Chelan and Okanogan Counties.  She develops educational programming for food safety, nutrition education and farm family issues. She is the leader for a 3-state Women in Agriculture educational program and a co-state leader for the WSU Extension Food Safety & Preservation project.

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