Get Out and Vote!

This blog has never been about one political agenda or the other, but about providing school social workers, counselors, psychologists, SLPs, or teachers with resources, tips, and inspiration to meet their students’ social and emotional needs. That being said, one … Continue reading

Feeling Grateful

So…um, is it seriously the end of December already? I feel like 2015 has been a complete whirlwind! Wasn’t it just a few weeks ago I had to fix a few IEPs for writing 2014 on them? Yet here we are! … Continue reading

Tips & Tricks :: 8 Easy Ways to Make Mondays Better

Let’s face it. Mondays are probably most people’s least favorite day of the week. I’ve never really LOVED Mondays even before I had a “real job,” but after working in schools, I can safely say that Mondays can feel like the.absolute.worst. … Continue reading

Why I’m Thankful for TpT

  With it being November, I’ve been thinking a lot of what I am thankful for this year. In working with the population I do, I constantly try to give thanks for the food on my table, the roof over … Continue reading

Quote :: Self-Esteem

“Self-esteem comes from being able to define the world in your own terms and refusing to abide by the judgments of others.”

– Oprah Winfrey

Why I Do It…

Something really cool happened today. I’ve worked with a student for as long as I’ve been at my school. You know how you have some kids who grab your heartstrings and stick with you long after they’re gone? This is … Continue reading

Quote :: How to Help Your Students

“If you want your children to improve, let them overhear the nice things you say about them to others.” – Haim Ginott