When editing Through the Lens of Serendipity, I was asked a question that I could not answer right away. There is a part in the book where I share about a time I sought out professional mental help. One of my sweet editors asked if I wanted to elaborate on why I sought help and… Continue reading Our Untold Stories are NOT Skeletons in our Closet
When I graduated from college in December of 1998, I was determined to get a job. Most of my classmates figured they would sub for the remainder of the school year and then look for a teaching job in the fall. I knew there were schools out there looking for teachers mid-year, and I wanted… Continue reading How can we help ALL educators get connected?
I love that each school year has a little different flavor. Some years are easier on the palate, and some are harder. This year provided some new challenges that, although a bit spicy at times, taught me lessons I very much appreciate and that I will never forget. I learned not to be afraid to… Continue reading Lessons from a Spicy Year