Read Feed | October 2018

Happy November, friends! Here’s a look back at what I read in October. But before I do, I wanted to share a really fun resource if you’re looking for good books to read. I’ve been eyeing the Book of the Month club for a while and finally bit the bullet a few weeks ago. When […]

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Read Feed | September 2018

September was a nice balance of fiction and non-fiction, with two books about creativity I’d been interested in reading for some time. I’m currently sitting at 40 books read this year, without counting the Harry Potter books I enjoyed over the summer, so I’m only 35 from my goal for the year. I’ll need to […]

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Friday Five 006

This week, I’m loving… Lidl I finally dropped by Lidl this week and I can’t believe what I’ve been missing! They have so many organic and gluten free options for half the price — I literally cut our grocery bill in half. I can’t wait to explore it more in the coming weeks!

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Friday Five 005

In an effort to be more active on the blog in 2018, I’m bringing back the Friday Five. The basic idea is that I share five things each week that I’ve found and love so that you can explore them, too!

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I Spy: Book Edition

In a previous “Fab Five” post, I discussed items on my wish list, which was really popular, so I thought I would make it into its own “thing.” Most of these are accumulating in my wish list right now since grad school monopolizes so much time, but I can’t help but “window shop” a little […]

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Reflecting on Reading and Writing

I had a lot of fun walking down memory lane today for a grad school assignment. I was asked to give a “short autobiographical history” of my reading/writing experiences. If you know me, you know that “short” does not really fit in with the rest of that prompt… but I thought I would share here […]

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Teacher Talk 004: Good Reads?

Happy Tuesday! My brain is filled with all kinds of topics to cover today, but I thought I would take a moment to discuss a new reading initiative we are implementing at our school this week and how it will impact the community.

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