What We Do

The Did Ya Notice?® Project, LLC was founded to encourage you to Notice the world around you while you go about your daily business of working and caring for your family, yourself, and your community. Noticing is mindfulness - being alert and in the moment. We need to look up from our screens sometimes because life is more than just a checklist! Noticing fosters creativity and  your sense of humor. And Noticing is essential for good leadership.


The Did Ya Notice?® Project has two streams of work:


2. Making the world

a world of Noticers. Margery blogs weekly about things she has Noticed. Sign up to receive Noticings in your inbox. The Noticer’s Guide to Living and Laughing – Change Your Life Without Changing Your Routine is available on Amazon. You can also find Margery and The Did Ya Notice?® Project on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.

Margery Leveen Sher is the Founder and Chief Noticing Officer of The Did Ya Notice?® Project.  Margery is a speaker, writer, entrepreneur, and executive who has had a long consulting career working with corporations, government agencies, non-profit organizations, and foundations. She founded and successfully developed a for-profit consulting firm, over 30 non-profit organizations, and two charitable funds. She has a book and numerous articles on various aspects of work-life balance.

Margery's latest book is The Noticer's Guide to Living and LaughingClick the image below to buy your copy!

Margery's TV Interview with WJLA - ABC Affiliate in DC


The Did Ya Notice?® Project Gives Back to the Community

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Giving Back

The Did Ya Notice?® Project sponsors the Northern Virginia CARE Awards (Companies As Responsive Employers) for companies that are family friendly and give back to the community.

Margery was pleased to volunteer her time to discuss Noticing with this ESL class at the Campagna Center in Alexandria, VA

Community Story

A Beacon of Light is the 50 year history of the Falls Church-McLean Children’s Center, a non-profit, community-supported child care center that is the highest quality and diverse in all ways imaginable. Early childhood professionals may find it an interesting case study. This was a major volunteer gig for me the last year, and all proceeds of sales go to the Children‘s Center.