Thank goodness I wasn't looking at my phone or multitasking when this happened. Nope. I was there for the whole thing.
Meeting My Children Again
What is this thing called work-life balance when you are a parent?
Deep Rooted Reasons for Decluttering
I have been burying all of it in my STUFF (in a very orderly way, of course).
Swim Lesson Fears
My anxiety during my son's swim lesson had nothing to do with water.
Friend Zoning My Phone
When I got my first smart phone around 2008ish, I referred to it as My Beloved. I'm over it. Kind of. We're just friends now. Almost.
What Did I Gain When I Paused Drinking Alcohol?
Art and wine sessions minus the wine.
Transition from Virtual to Hybrid Learning 2021
Hybrid teaching was quite a request. Challenge accepted?
Anti-Racism: Reflecting on 15 Years of Being a Public Educator
Words and thoughts surrounding anti-racism and public education.
Keep the Original
Once again, decluttering scammed me into giving up my precious time.
The Questions You May Not Ask
Teaching 4th grade will always hold a special place in my heart. California history, particularly the Gold Rush Era, was one of my favorite units to teach. During the first 5 or so years of my career, my grade level colleagues and I would devote endless hours of coordination, fundraising, and planning to send our... Continue Reading →