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House as Home

In my last post I discussed making your house a home by decluttering one small step at a time. I am not really a small step kind of person because once I get started I can’t wait to see the results. 961 more words

Bringing Peace and Flow to Your Environment

While living in my rental house for the past nine months I found myself shifting the furniture, clearing out books and items that no longer seem to fit. 909 more words

Day #6 of Cleanse: Being loved tastes better than chocolate

“The 12-step chocolate program: NEVER BE MORE THAN 12 STEPS AWAY FROM CHOCOLATE!”

— hehehe

Yesterday was day #6 of my cleanse.

Half of my day yesterday was still “cloudy” – probably because I was able to think things through and make sense while writing on my blog in the morning.

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Self Care

Learning Intelligence (LQ) and the Link to Homework

Is there anything special about the home learning environment and the student’s ability to manage it to meet their learning needs?

We know that schools are but one learning environment, although of many hues, and that students are able to access others either through the internet or more traditionally at home. 1,160 more words


Tax Advantages To De-Cluttering: Donate As Often As Possible!


AmVets organization calls me to let me know when their donation truck will be in my area.  I always find a box or two of “stuff” that they can resell, and I get the benefit of a tax receipt for the donation.   159 more words

Parent-Teacher Relationships

A very important aspect of a student’s school experience is the relationship between families and the school. As teachers, it is our job to reach out to the parents and guardians of our students to create as much cohesion between home and the classroom as possible. 415 more words