Dove’s Eyes: Focused and Committed (Part 2)

“Never let your fire go out. Keep it alive. Serve the Lord. When you hope, be joyful. When you suffer, be patient. When you pray, be faithful. Share with God’s people that are in need. Welcome other’s into your home.” Romans 12:11-13 (NIRV) The entire twelfth chapter of Romans encourages us to be trueContinue reading “Dove’s Eyes: Focused and Committed (Part 2)”

Dove’s Eyes: Focused and Committed (Part 1)

” Always pray to have eyes that see the best in people, a heart that forgives the worst, a mind that forgets the bad, and a soul that never loses faith in God.” – Unknown With all that is currently happening in our world it is imperative that we as Christians not lose sight inContinue reading “Dove’s Eyes: Focused and Committed (Part 1)”

Driven: Help my Unbelief

Exactly where am I headed? What do I want to accomplish? Is it even possible for me to achieve this? Am I ready? What if? These are a few questions that haunt us on our journey of success. These are questions we ask when we are faced with the task of making decisions. They areContinue reading “Driven: Help my Unbelief”

The Red Carpet: Speak My Language Part 2

Disclaimer: Refer to Speak My Language Blog Post 1 for background information on “The Four Tendencies Framework.” “Agreeing to disagree isn’t license to hold hateful and condemning beliefs about me as though it doesn’t negatively impact our relationship.”  ― Jamie Arpin-Ricci “Often after arguing about differing opinions, I hear people say, “let’s agree to disagree.” IContinue reading “The Red Carpet: Speak My Language Part 2”

Speak My Language

“Personality has the power to uplift, power to depress, power to curse, and power to bless.” -Paul Harris Researchers and life coaches are becoming a prominent factor in helping people find themselves. We have books like Gary Chapman’s “The Five Love Languages.” This 1992 classic, in my opinion, will never get old. As long asContinue reading “Speak My Language”

Classroom Management: For Better or Worse

Anyone can lead, said no one ever right? We aren’t nominating people into positions without considering their abilities; at least I hope not. But in today’s times the outward appearance of a person can override the conversation of their ability to get the job done. Classroom management is a critical element in education. It determinesContinue reading “Classroom Management: For Better or Worse”

The Halls and Walls: The Fly Speaks

“Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.” – Andrew Carnegie Superlatives Do you remember flipping through your high school yearbook to the senior superlatives section? There you would find categoriesContinue reading “The Halls and Walls: The Fly Speaks”

Balancing YOU

First Lady Michelle Obama said, “There is no limit to what we, as women, can accomplish.” She is absolutely right. This also rings true to you as an educator. There is no limit to what we as educators can accomplish, including burnout. Burnout Burnout has become the familiar best friend of almost every educator inContinue reading “Balancing YOU”


The caption either has you scratching your head and questioning my sanity or it has you ready to embark on the journey of mentorship and why this picture depicts what intentional mentorship should look like. Let’s face it, we have all been the young lady on the bike at some point in our career. WhetherContinue reading “men·tor·ship”

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