New Years Resolutions: Love myself more – no more using humor to bring myself down in any aspect (physically, career wise, personality ect.) Keep doing what is right in my classroom, not what is easy – not giving people above me the power to let children who can’t advocate for themselves slip through the cracks.…… Continue reading 2018
Figures – By Jessie Reyez To preface this post, I recommend watching the video in the link above. This song, called Figures, really inspired me to think about past relationships and how powerless I used to feel in them. Lyrics: I gave you ride or die and you gave me games Love figures I know…… Continue reading Figures.
This weekend I celebrated a bride to be who I’ve known for the past 20 or so years. I’ve had 3 weddings in my family the past 3 years, and another 2 coming up next month alone. I know weddings are supposed to make you think about love and soul mates and growing old with…… Continue reading Let Me Tell ya ‘bout my Best Friends
Hi my loves, did you miss me?! I’ve taken a long break this summer to get my career situated (and started for that matter) and I have to say I have never felt more changed and evolved in my entire life. As a teacher, September is kind of like my “new year.” A time to…… Continue reading Salt.
June came in pretty cold for New Englanders but it’s finally starting to feel nice and seasonal and with that I’m looking at my new and old favorites that I bring out during the calm, hot months of summer! Clothing As some of you saw in my last article, I recently went to Old Navy…… Continue reading June Favorites
For the last month of May I had written that the two insecurities I would work on were my hair and my mental state. I did get a haircut and I feel like my hair was given this whole new life – it feels great! I did try to journal more and say yes to…… Continue reading Working on June Insecurities
I recently went through my closet and donated, I would say, about 20 pounds worth of clothing. This was clothing that I’ve accumulated through the past 6 or 7 years. We’re talking clothes from 12th grade. I know. If I’m being honest, I’m one of those people who is personally connected to my clothes and what…… Continue reading Out With the Old in With the New