Monthly Archives: December 2015

Star Wars: The Force Awakens, or More Like Face-Plants

I didn’t head to the theater with high expectations. Nothing will ever be as good as the originals. I went in anticipating nostalgia and some light saber dueling. That’s it. FAIR WARNING: SPOILERS GALORE AHEAD!!! Advertisements

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First-Year-Teacher Curve

I am pleased to inform you that I’m past the stage of “boo hoo, poor me. I suck at my job.” I have moved onto taking note of what I’ve learned from my mistakes and am constructively pursuing better approaches. … Continue reading

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Growing Pains

Had a mix of ups and downs this week. The upside is my middle school basketball team. They had their first game this past week and it gave them the confidence boost they sorely needed. I have been doing my … Continue reading

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Being the Best—What it Takes to Be a Rainmaker

Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
Image via Pamela Poole W.A.N.A. Creative Commons We are headed into the holiday season and it is time for friends and fun and food and revelry. But, it’s also a time for reflection.…

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