This is such vital advice for an unencumbered life. So many of us are “right” fighters– we just want to be right, no matter how we hurt someone else or how we might come out looking in a situation. No … Continue reading
Category Archives: Wisdom
Stand up and be noticed, be counted, and be heard.
There is so much to say, but alternative facts are never the answer.
You can do it… if you get started. The key is starting.
It’s not the holiday season I’m referring to. No, I’m referring to the season of student inquiries, lack of preparation, general disrespect, and teacher/professor burnout. I give you “Did I Miss Anything?” by Tom Wayman. Did I Miss Anything? Nothing. … Continue reading
Yep. It’s the last week of classes. Just know that this time of the year gets to teachers as hard as it gets to you.
Look, sometimes the soft and inspirational quotation gets us through the day. They work because we’re sentient, sensitive creatures. As a friend once told me, she loved too much. She was a sponge to the world, soaking up everything around … Continue reading
You know that song that you used to sing and/or listen to over and over and over again because its resonance was so strong that it was almost scary? And then sometimes that song disappears for a while, only to … Continue reading
After last night’s Presidential ‘debate’, I don’t have much motivation. What an embarrassing display. It’s a shame we put those term limits on the Presidency.
As I sit here, held by insomnia, it is a little hard to find motivation, especially when I look at the list of things I need to do. I just need to remember that I’ve soldiered on before, getting insane … Continue reading