At the end of February of 2017, a colleague of mine told me I should put a grammar game I had made on TPT and sell it. I was familiar with TPT, and had bought a number of things, but I never once considered becoming a seller myself. I wasn't even sure how to go… Continue reading What I’ve Learned From Becoming a TPT Seller
This post is going to be a bit different. This post is about being grateful. It's about family. It's about fear. And it's about humor in the face of overwhelming odds. I have struggled with depression for quite some time. The problem is I have a great life. I have NOTHING to complain about. I… Continue reading Are you grateful? Are you sure? Do you have a leg to stand on?
It's almost the end of January, that time when New Year's resolutions tend to fall by the wayside. Instead of giving up on them altogether, why not reboot them into a goal that will apply to your teaching life and improve your workplace mentality? Take the typical resolutions, and turn them on their heads! Don't… Continue reading Resolutions Reboot- Making Your Resolutions Meaningful
It's the beginning of January, and that only means one thing- time to pick your word of the year. When I first started seeing this trend, I felt like I was not being a good human. I pretty much just try to keep my head on straight most of the time, and all these people… Continue reading Word of the Year- LIT: Why It’s Perfect For Me
The calendar gods have played an evil trick on all of us. They made Thanksgiving early, so we have 4 weeks between breaks instead of three. What?! That must be why I'm in this funk. Seriously, this seems to be a teacher-wide, school-wide, state-wide, country-wide crisis. The after-Thanksgiving funk. Yes, I know we all shower… Continue reading Funky- But Not in a Good Way: The Fall Teacher Struggle is Real