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 Covid-19.  Where do I even begin?  For me it has been a surreal experience.  I remember in the beginning, I was talking to a good friend of mine and I told him, “I keep having these moments where I think I have lost my mind.  1,623 more words


Exploding Garbage

I think I fail at setting limits, or rather, following through on them. M will push and push and push. I don’t know when to let him do what he wants because it’s not that big of a deal and where to draw the line. 806 more words

Need Fun and Engaging Reading Resources for Your Student? The Reading Closet Has You Covered!

“Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.”

Anthony J. D’Angelo

Keeping Students Engaged Over The Summer

The end of the school year was hard.

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Tips For New Teachers

Late Night Thoughts 13/07/20

After starting my blog I told a few of my friends purely because I’ve been quite open about my journey and the things I’m trying out, not expecting anyone to be too interested because lately I’ve been a bit all over the show with things I want to try and think will be a great idea. 484 more words

A day in the life of me: Covid 19 edition.

Much like most of the country I lost my job due to rona. Unfortunately my company expected me to relocate to the other side of the country leaving behind my fiance, friends, and medical support for my transition, for a period of 6+ months. 782 more words

You Can't Go Numb

This whole COVID fiasco has been strenuous enough for the average person. Add in my beautiful adhd brain, high anxiety, and high sensitivity into the mix—it’s even more strenuous. 865 more words


Chapter 1: Attention

“Only now did Pierre realize the full strength of life in man and the saving power he has of transferring his attention from one thing to another, which is like the safety valve of a boiler that allows superfluous steam to blow off when the pressure exceeds a certain limit.” Leo Tolstoy, War and Peace Book 14 Chapter 12. 933 more words