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
It's raining. Again. I think we've all mutated and developed webbed feet because it. never. stops. Seriously, shout out to people that live in Seattle. You guys must have superhero levels of optimism and happiness to deal with as much rain as you do. Added to that, it's cold, like record-breaking cold. Don't get me… Continue reading The Long Walk to Thanksgiving: Surviving School in the Fall
I'm sitting here, having just wolfed down my lunch in record time, trying to get inspired to write a post. Lately, I haven't had much to say. It's been one of those weeks where every time I cross something off my to do list, two or three things get added. Finalizing first quarter grades. Setting… Continue reading I Don’t Wanna: Saying No is Teacher Self-Care!
Dear Teacher Tribe, It's the beginning of our 5th week of school, and there are a few things that you should know. For whatever reason, friends have become few and far between for me. Most of it is my own fault, some of it isn't. I've been told I hold people to too high a… Continue reading A Love Letter to my Teacher Tribe