Month: August 2016

My New Student

If you’ve glanced at Facebook recently, it’s obvious that school is back in session. Everyone is excited for the new year–it’s a fresh new start. For me, it totally is. This is my smallest class yet–I currently only have student enrolled! I have all of the resources I need this year to be successful–I have access to […]

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Running Alone

It’s crazy how something so calming and relaxing can be so isolating and terrifying within a split second.  I’m not sure if you’re aware, but there have been some recent stories that have been quite alarming, especially to runners. In this past month, 3 female runners have been murdered. And as of now, they are still […]

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Making Modifications

Being a Type A personality has been both a blessing and a curse. I consider myself a perfectionist, competitive, and a workaholic. It’s no wonder I’ve been driving myself crazy lately. I’m admittedly a workaholic. I love working and I’m not afraid, nor embarrassed, to admit it. After becoming a mom, my heart felt like it was […]

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Dear Oklahoma Educators

Dear Oklahoma Educators, A new school year is about to begin. I will not be joining you this year. I moved to an area in this state that is currently not hiring many teachers due to budget cuts. Teaching jobs are very scarce. Luckily, though, I have the option to stay at home with my […]

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Am I a Runner?

I’m sure almost every runner has thought this at least once during their running journey. Let me back up… The question “Am I really a runner?” has played back in my mind a lot in the past week. The past week has included a lot of doubt in myself and a lot of doubt in my running […]

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