“A rising tide lifts all boats,” this quote from John F. Kennedy is one of the most influential in my life. I heard a variation of this from the one and only Rachel Hollis, and it kicked off an incredible year of change and more, importantly, growth! Ms. Hollis was specifically discussing the benefits of… Continue reading A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats
A well-hydrated Team Schreiner enjoys a Texas summer day Don't Worry, Stay Hydrated! Summertime and the living is easy! Beaches, barbeques, lake days, hiking, camping, you name it, we’re all doing it this summer! Last summer, my summer came to a halt, please learn from my mistakes so you can keep the summer adventures going… Continue reading Stay Hydrated, My Friends!
This week on wEDnesday, Making the Most of a Teacher’s Summer Did you leave your classroom this year, not cook for a week, and still have classroom supplies yet to unload from your car? Been there, sis. One year, a loving family made me beautifully decorated pens, with tops of silk flowers, set into ‘soil’… Continue reading Making the Most of a Teacher’s Summer
This week on wEDnesday: Successful Summer into Smart Startup of School Parents, Tag! You’re It! Love, Teachers! We have all seen that sign floating around on social media, and it’s hilarious! Until you go home and realize you have months with your children who have just had a busy school year, and want to know… Continue reading Successful Summer into Smart Startup of School
Welcome to wEDnesday! I help parents and teachers advocate for children, create quality home-school relationships, and empower confidence. This week, let’s chat about the end-of-school countdown. Many homes and classrooms have a countdown on the whiteboard or refrigerator. It’s fun, we all look forward to summer, right? Who doesn’t love traveling to the beach, sleeping… Continue reading End of School Year Countdown
Mornings are a truly valuable time of the day! They can set us up as powerfully productive humans or cranky little trolls looking for happy hour before work even starts. Whether you commute long hours, work from home, a full-time stay at home, or a student continuing your education; these tips will help you… Continue reading Top 5 Tips to Supercharge Your Morning!
The year I turned 10, we received the gift of a food box for Thanksgiving. A kind person knew we needed a little extra help that year, and my family enjoyed a delicious holiday together without worry. That memory is one thing that drives me to help others, give back as we can, and host… Continue reading Thanks and Giving
This year marks the 19th Valentine’s Day for my husband and I, wow. Being together for nineteen years, married for almost thirteen, is a lot of changes, growth, peaks, and valleys. All these years, houses, jobs, and life moments later, we still love spending time together. We support each other like best friends, defend each… Continue reading Good Valentines, Good Partners
When did being too busy to enjoy our families, our friends, our homes, and vacations become stylish? Everyone says they are too busy all the time. Ask anyone how they are, and a great majority of the time, they will reply, “busy,' like it's an acclaimed designer. Y'all, busy is the new black and I'll… Continue reading Busy is the New Black
Creamy Hatch Chile Enchiladas Tuesday was National Taco Day and I really wanted to go grab some fish tacos downtown, but the traffic was incredibly bad and my husband got home late. I looked through what I had on hand, looked up a few recipes, and decided to attempt a new dish. I have… Continue reading Creamy Hatch Chile Shrimp Enchiladas