Local Echoes: Organization Strategy and a Blogger at the Republican National Convention

Recapping of some of this week's most popular blogs from the Patch Local Voices section, submitted by Patch readers.

Brad Schneider, candidate for United States Congress in Illinois' 10th District shares his thoughts on the Employment Non-Discrimination Act and why he petitioned Washington to pass it. 

Judy S. Freedman, a licensed clinical social worker and bullying prevention specialist writes about a young woman who claimed that overcoming bullies eventually led to her Olympic gold medal. 

A mother, writer, and baker living in Glencoe writes about the trials and tribulations of sorting through her closet. 

Eric Leys, an alternate delegate to the RNC and a school board member in Maine Township High School District 207 gives a recap of this year's RNC from inside the Tampa Bay Times Forum.

Jane Carroo, owner of the Clutter Coach Company, explains how different calendars, and strategies to use them efficiently, can help people stay organized.

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