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#GoReadaBook: February/March Titles

One of the things I’ve done to read more lately is designate time in the morning to read non-fiction and time in the evening to read fiction. I’ve been hearing it’s better for you: stimulating your mind with active thought right after you wake up and calming your mind with…
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The Importance of High-Fives and Hugs

At least once a week my students approach me with outstretched arms and strained expressions on their faces. “I just want to hug you!” they cry, to which I extend my arms and say, “air hug!” I send them off, dejected. Due to Covid-19 restrictions and safety measures, our class…
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Structuring Your School Day For Success

During the week, my days require structure. I’m really big on habit and routine because they help me achieve little successes throughout my day, without even thinking about it. As an educator, structuring your day is one of the best things you can do. If you don’t have a schedule…
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Making Money Moves This Year

Maybe it’s just tax season, but around this time of year, I always start looking at my finances and really honing in on how I want to succeed financially in the months to come. While I’ve been blessed to escape the last year financially sound, I know many who haven’t.…
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5 Ways to Deal With the Winter Blues

When short days and cold temperatures become the norm, it totally makes sense that we see changes in our body as a result. We are experiencing less naturally sourced vitamin D, we are getting less fresh air, and we’re isolated a bit more. The “Winter Blues” or in the more…
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#GoReadaBook: January Titles

This past month contained a long weekend which meant I could spend a few days just reading which felt like such a luxury. My January titles are a mix: some business/self help, some educational based, some mystery thrillers. I find that I jump around a bit, depending on my mood.…

Meet Caitlin

Caitlin is a third grade teacher in New Hampshire. She comes from a family of teachers (and a vet!) so naturally, her educational career started in 5th grade science. Since then, her students have gotten a little shorter and a whole lot louder. Caitlin spends her energy helping her students grow positive mindsets and a love of learning

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