Colonial Capital Kiwanis learns about importance of writing things down in digital age

Karine Tovmassian, founder of Plannerology.com spoke to the Kiwanis Club of Colonial Capital recently about the importance of hand writing notes, plans and recording events in the digital age. Karine stressed that reading from books and hand writing provides for better mental recall than reading from digital devices and recording via typing into computers. Pictured above are Club member Kim Tahey, Tovmassian and Club President Larry Shoberg.

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