Surviving The End of the School Year – Tips for Students, Teachers, and Parents

May 27, 2022 The end of the school year can be a very busy and stressful time. In addition to regular work and school commitments, there are deadlines, celebrations, parties and the inevitable unexpected something that comes up. It can be stressful. While I can't help with all the life stuff, here's a few tips … Continue reading Surviving The End of the School Year – Tips for Students, Teachers, and Parents

Roos and Coos Farm & Harvest Hosts – Our First Experience With Both

May 24, 2022 Last month, we had our first Harvest Hosts experience at a local farm called Roos and Coos Farm. First of all, if you don't know what Harvest Host is, it is an RV membership that allows you to stay overnight for free and locations all over the US. They can be farms, … Continue reading Roos and Coos Farm & Harvest Hosts – Our First Experience With Both

Easy Fudge Recipe – You Make in an RV – Only 3 Ingredients

May 20, 2022 I was watching one of my favorite You-Tubers, Sadia over at "Pick Up Limes" the other day and she made a vegan fudge that looked yummy, but I'd be allergic to (coconut). So, I made some modifications and tried it out. I was impressed with how good it was and so were … Continue reading Easy Fudge Recipe – You Make in an RV – Only 3 Ingredients

I Was Working Too Hard–Are You?

May 17, 2022 I grew up in a military family and served myself, so we were always taught to "work smarter, not harder". But, by being efficient, I found myself throughout my working life getting things done way faster than expected, which usually meant I was assigned additional tasks or responsibilities. Now that life has … Continue reading I Was Working Too Hard–Are You?

Favorite Things – First Season of RV life

May 11, 2022 No matter what chapter you are in or walk you are on in life, there are just some things that you find yourself loving--whether they are useful or just make you happy. As we have transitioned to a smaller space and more mobile lifestyle, I have come to find there are somethings … Continue reading Favorite Things – First Season of RV life

Making the Most of Your Mother’s Day – Taking A Page From Minimalism

May 6, 2022 Since embracing a minimalist lifestyle, I have cut way back on what I do for the "hallmark holidays" and focus on the meaning of days. Mother's Day is one of them. Sure, I love to be taken to dinner, get cute crafts, or a spa day gift certificate as much as the … Continue reading Making the Most of Your Mother’s Day – Taking A Page From Minimalism

I’m Just Tired This Week

April 28, 2022 This has been one of those weeks. I'm just tired. Nothing stressful. Nothing major going on. Not overly busy. In fact, probably quite the opposite. Work is going smoothly. Sleeping fine. Family time has been great and plentiful. I wake up feeling refreshed. On the other hand, I'm sleeping a little bit … Continue reading I’m Just Tired This Week

Let’s Talk Professional Development – Going Beyond School Meetings

This is my preferred method for tracking anything beyond my routine duties and tasks or assigned trainings--link below in blog! April 22, 2022 Professional Development is an annual requirement for all educators at all letters. Not only do we need to earn points to renew our certifications, but we need to continue to refine our … Continue reading Let’s Talk Professional Development – Going Beyond School Meetings

Prepper vs. Minimalist – The Internal Struggle is Real

April 19, 2022 I've been on my minimalism journey for about 7 years now. I stumbled upon it by pure accident. I have a severe dust allergy and struggled managing it. I was on so many medications that just made me feel awful and we spent so much time cleaning or moving things around and … Continue reading Prepper vs. Minimalist – The Internal Struggle is Real