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What have I become?

I was talking to a colleague at the end of the last academic year, before I began my experiment of coming back to teaching full time, about the importance of work-life balance. 595 more words

Updates & Current Projects

Reader, hello. It’s been a minute since I’ve updated the old website. The first year of my Voice Studies MFA was, as they say here in the UK, full on. 244 more words

Daily Contemplations: Four Levels Of Consciousness

I heard recently heard a quote about 4 levels of consciousness and how we see the world…

1. Black and white
2. Metaphorical
3. Paradoxical… 350 more words

A life changing decision

I still have one or two more post about my trip to Europe; which now seems like ages ago. It’s been 6 months since I have been home, between then and now, I have traveled to Seattle to visit my sister, visited Boston with friends, and made a life changing decision. 283 more words

Reflection: Online Teaching

Write a reflection on the video(s) interviews with the eSchool teachers. What did you learn? What surprised you? Would you consider teaching online in this school setting? 39 more words


4 Essentials to Improve Your Communication, by Ty Tamasaka

4 Essentials to Improve Your Communication, by Ty Tamasaka

Over the years, I’ve been blessed to sit under many communicators.  There have been times when I’ve found myself disconnected and bored, looking at my watch thinking… “wow, that was only 15 minutes?”  There have been other times when I’ve found myself leaning in, engaged, and captivated by the Word of God and the message being presented. 460 more words


Time Heals

Last weekend I ran a gridwork clinic for my riding club. Members had been requesting them, and I`m trying to get practice with assessing and teaching unknown combinations ready for my ITT exam. 808 more words