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Ways to help track lunch/meal specifics

I’m looking for ideas and a better way to track information so here goes:

Each day we are tracking what individuals are having for lunch. We need to know the specifics on what they ate not just the percentages. It really doesn’t matter what time as generally everyone eats lunch between 11:00 and 1:00 so time is irrelevant
Right now we are creating a t-log on Monday then updating each day titling it the dates of the week. This works but we really can’t run a report and you can’t see each day separately when you export it to excel. I know we could do one for each day but that’s a lot of t-logs to review by staff in addition to the other things.
I have looked into the intake/elimination area but that doesn’t show comments (if we were to put the food at lunch in that box) when we run reports.

Any help would be appreciated. Any ideas on where else to track this?

By |2011-05-10T21:05:06+00:00May 10th, 2011|Categories: Stacy Arnold's Posts|Tags: |1 Comment

Actions speak louder than words

Sometimes when things are bad or when something just isn’t going the way we want it to go it can easily change our attitude and impact the rest of our day. These are the times when we as supervisors or leaders, need to be aware of others around us and take signs from the individuals we support.  Taking the time to acknowledge those little things that staff are doing, saying ‘thanks’ more often, bringing in donuts for everyone or even making sure we smile can turn anyone’s day around.

We have to remember “What we think or what we know or what we believe is, in the end, of little consequence. The only consequence is what we do.”

Take time this week to let your actions speak louder than your words and go that extra mile for those at work or at home. If a mile seems too long, then just take a step but do something.

By |2011-03-29T21:48:48+00:00March 29th, 2011|Categories: Stacy Arnold's Posts|Tags: |1 Comment

Ready to get started

Hello everybody, Alison has been emailing me and telling me to get on here and share something so I thought I would just pop in today.
First of all, I just became a trainer in NY and am excited for more things to come. We have been trying out some new things and am thankful for some of the ideas and things that have been shared by all of you.
I’m looking for pointers on my first webinar – that seems so scary but I’ll try everything once. So if you have any great insight, please pass it on.
Looking forward to getting to know everyone more and for all the adventures we’ll have together in the future.
If you are in KC, stop in and see us. Emoticon showing smiley face
Happy St. Patrick’s Day and remember to ‘disable the label’ this month for DD Awareness.

By |2016-11-03T10:15:58+00:00March 15th, 2011|Categories: Stacy Arnold's Posts|Tags: , , |4 Comments