Busy days and beautiful food, doesn’t that conjure up a picture of heaven? So, how does that actually happen in real life, the big messy life that rolls out everyday? Not on accident, and not alone. Last week’s article discussed the logistics behind planning out meals during our busy seasons. The ability to pull all… Continue reading Busy Days and Beautiful Food; Part Two
Sundays are for preparing for the week ahead, whether that is relaxing with friends, stocking up on groceries for the week, or finishing the last bit of errands to get the family ready for the week. Since August is our Sunday of summer, it is the month when we wrap up vacations, get ready for… Continue reading Busy Days and Beautiful Food: Part One, Meal Prepping and Planning
Preparing to head back to school after a summer full of vacation and family time can be challenging. Planning ahead and making success a routine is one way that we can help make the transition in a positive and productive manner. My last article included some general information and ideas to help the family all… Continue reading Special Education and Back to School Success
It is that time of year. Target has every school supply on sale. You’re scheduling when to take the kids shopping for new clothes and shoes because they have seemingly grown out of everything overnight. It is all expensive and none of this happens at the beach. Back to school is a bummer. Every season… Continue reading Transition from Beach to Back-to-School and Keep Your Sanity!
Today in the Sunday of Summer: The August Series, I am sharing Part Two of a two-part series to help classroom teachers organize learning spaces and community, as well as personal data and tracking systems. I taught many grades over my career, all in elementary school. My experience helped me train and support many educators,… Continue reading Organization for Teachers, Part Two
Today in the Sunday of Summer: The August Series, I am sharing a two-part article to help classroom teachers organize learning spaces and community, as well as personal data and tracking systems. I taught many grades over my career, all in elementary school. My experience helped me train and support many educators, from preservice student… Continue reading Organization for Teachers: Part One, The Classroom
A Sunday well spent brings a week of content. A well-spent Sunday looks different in all of our homes; maybe it is grocery shopping for the work week, perhaps getting all the laundry put away, a languid brunch with besties, even a luxurious pedicure or some quiet family time. However we spend our Sundays, it… Continue reading The Sunday of Summer: Welcome to the August Series!
Today I was tutoring two teenage brothers, and we have been working through Sean Covey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens. Our reading and discussion was about the “Tumor Twins,” competition and comparison. Theodore Roosevelt once said, “Comparison is the thief of joy,” and Rachel Hollis expounded on Teddy’s words with, “Comparison is the… Continue reading Pinterest Perfection
“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!