Your Guide



Andrea Harrison is an educator who is passionate about all species, including dogs, horses and humans! She has taken her positive message to the media many times, including appearances on TV shows, print and on radio. She has worked with a wide variety of people as an educator for decades. The science of brain research fascinates her. Helping students of all ages be successful, reduce anxiety and stress and manage their time by using her training in counselling, personality typing, and experiences matters to her. Her competitive addictions are dressage and agility. Andrea and her animals have earned many ribbons and titles together. Her super star dog Sally was the canine lead in the feature film “Saving Dinah". Andrea attained B level Pony Club before aging out and then completed her Level one coaching certification. A passionate life learner one of her favourite parts of teaching (and coaching) is the learning it allows her to do.

Questions? Comments? Email me!

About this course

This course covers 42 tips  and prompts to help you learn to manage time more effectively.  Divided into 5 sections (Know yourself, planning, distractions, and sanity savers) each section is released weekly for your first five weeks in the course. You can work through the class entirely at your own speed stopping to reflect and respond to the tips that you want to explore and bypassing the ones that won't work in your life at the moment. Access to the class and the activities is open - which means you can, at any time,  revisit a tip and update your participation or see what other students and your instructor have added to the course. 

(I have a confession to make - despite the reasonable supposition that the 42 tips were by design it was by sheer fluke that I stopped at 42.  The 42 were gleaned, reworked and inspired from dozens of lists of all sorts of numbers, none of which were 42. ) 

“The Answer to the Great Question... Of Life, the Universe and Everything... Is... Forty-two,' said Deep Thought, with infinite majesty and calm.”  Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy