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Coconut, in a nutshell.

“You will find […] that the people you strive so hard to be like will one day reject you because as much as you may pretend, you are not one of their own. 50 more words

Building Relationships Through Class Meetings

One of the most influential books that has helped me stay positive and proactive in my teaching is Positive Discipline in the Classroom. This photo of my copy doesn’t even do justice to the notes, stickies and warn pages. 352 more words

Teaching And Learning


I find it amazing how we are all very individual and unique, yet at the same time we’re all the same. All of humanity searches for answers to the bigger questions of life. 161 more words


"Fitting In" Is A Losing Game.

The term “fitting in” is the reason I detest the cliche “fake it till you make it”. If you are faking something you’re only doing it to convince others, not yourself. 624 more words

I dreamed of take-out in Portland: incomplete reflections on intimacy and belonging

“Love allows understanding to dawn, and understanding is precious. Where you are understood, you are at home. Understanding nourishes belonging. When you really feel understood, you feel free to release yourself into the trust and shelter of the other person’s soul.”

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Where Do I Belong?

The title probably confused you a bit.. If you follow/visit my blog, you know it’s a fashion and lifestyle blog. This blog is what I want to share with you all what I like and what works for me. 372 more words

The place where your foot first falls

I am a strong believer in the necessity for rooting deep in the place we actually inhabit, no matter how long we’re in it for. It’s just as necessary if you plan to be there for a year as it is if you plan to stay a lifetime. 306 more words