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Teaching has ALWAYS been my passion. As early as eight years old, my career path was solidly paved towards teaching. If I learned something, I believed everyone around me wanted – or needed – to know it, too! Lucky for … Continue reading

How to Get Your Master’s Degree, Part VI – Survival

“We could never learn to be brave and patient if there were only joy in the world.” ~ Helen Keller It’s only been eight months since my last post…. no biggie right? Eeep! I just read Part V – full of my … Continue reading

How to: Get your Master’s Degree, Part V – Accepted or Rejected?!?

“Have patience. All things are difficult before they become easy.” ~ Saadi   1. Stare at the “MEd Application Status” subjected email hiding in your junk e-mail folder for a long few minutes suddenly uncertain of the outcome you’re hoping … Continue reading

How to: Get your Master’s Degree, Part IV

Repeated Note: So, I recognize these are likely the most boring, odd posts for me to be writing and expecting people to read. They are partly inspired by my sister who suggested I write a “How To” post about changing … Continue reading

The Future of Remembrance Day

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 “These fallen heroes represent the character of a nation who has a long history of patriotism and honor – and a nation who has fought many battles to keep our country free from threats of terror.” ~ Michael N. Castle … Continue reading

How to: Get your Master’s Degree, Part III

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Note: So, I recognize these are likely the most boring, odd posts for me to be writing and expecting people to read. They are partly inspired by my sister who suggested I write a “How To” post about changing names … Continue reading

How to: Get your Master’s Degree – Part I of many.

The long and winding road to a Master Degree in ANYthing starts with…..befriending the internet. And thank goodness for it! I can’t imagine doing this in the pre-dub-dub-dub-dot days. So, Step 1: Choose a program. Or school. Or both.   … Continue reading

The Quintessential Cookie

In the spirit of the 25 cm of snow accumulating outside my wall of windows on this fine mid-April Sunday, I felt drawn to baking my fave choco chip cookie recipe in preparation for an afternoon of Christmas music and … Continue reading