This is my Flexi it has a few different components that I'll, I'll walk you through. The first is the weekly plan that lives at the front. It has my daily schedule. this, we are in summertime right now during summer, so it has mostly professional development sessions, grade level times and some of my to do's for the week. If I go back to the next tab, I actually keep my monthly calendar. Because we're in the summer it actually makes more sense for me to operate with our, our staff training schedule which is why the first couple weeks of August are here. But I also keep a couple months ahead of time and at the end of each month I'll actually go through for August, next week. And look to fill in some of the important dates and times for September and I try to stay at least a couple months in advance with major events and and things that are happening. Next tab is actually our school wide schedule Monday through Friday and basically I have this and I think it, as dean of students one of my jobs is to provide safety. And so the students and so I need to know where everybody is at all times whether that's teachers or whether that's students. And so I also use this because it's a reference for what coverage that I have personally as well and that's a helpful tool. Also just when, for some reason kids assume that I know everything [LAUGH], and so like, this is actually a helpful tool to like, to know certain things like when they ask me, where is this teacher? So on and so forth. [SOUND] Finally, the last, section is, important phone numbers. I keep information about, outside providers for students. I keep a list of emergency numbers like our Boston Emergency Services team, DCF, or any other state contacts just for, because it's pertinent to my role. [SOUND] And then finally, I have every single student's family's phone numbers. So that I can get in contact with their families, at a quick notice. [SOUND] In the last tab, I typically keep this blank, but I'll show it to you anyway. This is actually, all of the orientation schedules. So our fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth grade have orientation next week as opposed to academic classes. And this is just a tool that I can reference when I'm making my schedules and I'm thinking about where students are going to be, because it's not like the typical schedule for when they have academic classes. And it's not as consistent with both time and location. And so, this is what I have just so I know that for the next week. One of the reasons that, that I think the flexi is extremely important even if you are quote unquote at a desk job where you're, where you're, where you're sitting down or where you're in the office for a majority of the time is that electronics actually for me are is a, is a distraction. And so you'll find yourself oftentimes you're on e-mail and then all of a sudden the e-mail pops up and then you want to take yourself off task of what you're working on, whatever project that may be and then begin you know responding to that e-mail. I think that having the flexi, I don't actually open my e-mail and so I gotta leave that closed. I'll look at this flexi, I'll be working on what I need to do and then built into my flexi is actually, check your e-mail time and so then I'll go through and actually check my e-mail. And so I think like, it eliminates a lot of the distractions that electronics can have. Additionally it's portable and so like, if you are syncing across devices, a lot of times I, I get, I don't like the idea of like going through my phone and looking for things, I think this is much easier. Especially in the role for when I am moving around in the building, or if I need to head somewhere really quickly.