Taking a mental break from the barrage of bad news is vital to survival.
Survivor: Public School Edition
I bumped into an old teacher friend of mine, Maggie, at the supermarket the other day and that’s what precipitated this reflection upon our profession. As any teacher would do the same, I asked her how the year was going. She proceeded to regale me with the horrific tales of 3rd grade. Never... Continue Reading →
My Fitness Journey, Part I
The greatest thing about adopting a fitness lifestyle is that it addressed so many aspects of my life and really helped me cope through some tribulations. I minister to my emotional & mental health with exercise.
Lessons Will Be Repeated…
Many a “Duh!” moment was had in retrospective reflection
Dee & Anx
Depression & Anxiety are my two old shitty roommates that contribute nothing to our living arrangement but messes and toxic environments.