We all have hobbies that we enjoy, but what happens when that hobby starts to feel like work or a job? Is that really a bad thing? Let's talk about it.
Since finding my first real job out of college, I've started working with some of the most brilliant people I've ever met. It truly is a privilege. Even so, we all are very strong in our beliefs, opinions, and ideas, and that, of course, bleeds into our work. As I'm sure you can imagine, this … Continue reading 4 ways to change your work environment for the better
When I was I bored, I read Junie B. Jones and laughed at her antics. When my sister was sick and away in the hospital, I could pretend she was staying with Amelia Bedelia and would be coming home soon. When my parents were divorcing, I realized it wasn't as scary as the Goosebumps books … Continue reading Why I love to read?
Introvert - not synonymous with shyness. An introvert is not characterized by being shy, though that does not mean they aren't. An introvert is someone who finds people, and interacting with them, to be physically and mentally draining, preferring to be alone to recharge. An introvert is not constantly in a state of depression and … Continue reading I’m an introvert, and I’m happy
"My mom said I'm going to be..." "My dad said I should..." "My friends say I will..." "Everyone is telling me I should..." "I'm tired of people telling me how I'm going to be and how I should live my life." Well, I'm going to tell you. You're gonna be perfect because you are going … Continue reading You are going to be perfect
Hello all! As I'm sure you've noticed, my posts have been dwindling bit-by-bit, week-by-week. While I usually would chalk it up to laziness, I do have a few things to share with you all that might reveal a few things. Onward to the list. The Snowpocalypse of Alabama If you've read my about page, then … Continue reading Life Update
Dear Parents; Children who are read to have larger vocabularies. Children who are read to tend to continue to read into adulthood. Children who are read to have higher comprehension skills. Children who are read to develop writing skills much earlier. Children who are read to tend to have higher grades throughout their schooling. Children … Continue reading Parents, please read to your children