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Thoughts on the Common Core

Thoughts on the Common Core

I was an honors student at the public high school I attended. From the 9th grade onward, I was always placed in “Honors” English and the most advanced math courses for my grade. I took AP classes from 10th grade onward, including AP Calculus. I […]

2014 Resolutions – Time to Restart?

2014 Resolutions – Time to Restart?

We are now starting our third month of 2014! I don’t know about you but so far 2014 has been wild and a bit rocky! January was particularly odd for some reason and it seemed like it wasn’t just us. Here in the Virginia/DC area, […]

My Theme Word for 2014

My Theme Word for 2014

Professional organizer Marcia Francois is the genius behind the annual theme word concept. Each year, she advises everyone to choose one word to focus on throughout the year–one word that is the broad theme behind any resolutions or goals you are hoping to achieve. Last […]

Reflections on My 2013 Theme Word: Routine

Reflections on My 2013 Theme Word: Routine

Another blog housekeeping item on my list is to look back on my theme word for 2013: routine. I noted at the time that this word is not very exciting. When I first thought of the word routine, I generally thought about staying in place […]

February Goals Status and March Goals

February Goals Status and March Goals

Wow! The end of February has come altogether too quickly. Here we are 4 days into March! February ended up being a bit of a blur for me. We finished up our ski lessons. Ski lesson recap and prepared to celebrate Valentine’s Day Ski Valentines […]