When I saw images of myself and my family presented as dynamic montage, I felt valued and important.
How’s it Going at Homeschool?
Transitioning from a classroom teacher to a homeschool educator has given me one of the biggest confidence boosts in 18 years.
A New Era: My Work from Home Setup
Banging the top of an open stapler to attach a piece of paper or decorative border to a wall was symbolic, stressful, and oddly satisfying.
My Brain Wants Books Instead
In an attempt to fine-tune my reading focus, I even jumped on the fidget craze. I know they aren't currently trending as hard, but this teacher approves.
Summer 2022 Yo-Yo Diet
This kind of bitterness and jealousy leads to what some may refer to as Haterade.
Health Benefits of Podcasting: Blood Pressure
I have another fun and creative hobby in addition to blogging. My dear friend Joji and I started a podcast in September called Jenn and Joji Podcast. Joji is a registered nurse and a caregiver to her mother, a stroke survivor. Often, our conversations and lifestyle ideas and experiences overlap across nursing, teaching, caregiving, and... Continue Reading →
SUP for Two on Donner Lake
Thanks to my dad, a big part of my childhood was lake time with my family during camping trips to enjoy boating and water sports.
Learning How to Podcast
During one of our drunken chats a few years ago, we came up with a big goal of starting a blog or a podcast. It was an alcohol fueled idea.