Just when I realized I needed to post something I got this in my Facebook thread from Real Simple(links take you to direct page). How appropriate for me — I have tons of assignments due within the next two weeks and I have to remember nothing is impossible.. I have to breath and tackle … More Wisdom Wednesday – Impossible with a new meaning
So I’ve officially been to all of my classes at least once.. and by next week I have a few readings, a stats assignment, and a paper. After my class earlier, thought how I should provide tips on proper planning… I’m a lists person that likes to check things off so I know that I’ve … More Tip Tuesday: Proper Planning
Do you ever question how much you can bear? Or when you are adding another to-do list item do you wonder if you can take anymore? This quote let’s you know that you can! I came across this today as I was taking a quick break from my assistantship work and studying. I haven’t even … More Motivational Monday
I apologize for not posting these past two days BUT I had my birthday and we went to Cincinnati zoo. Woke up pretty late today for the zoo wore everyone out yesterday(tons of walking and then driving back/forth). BUT I made it to the market and thankfully my favorite vendors were there. half-dozen eggs, sweet … More Market Goodies for August 26
Just so you know my words of wisdom is tied in with this post so this is it for the day… So I started one of my classes today – Research Design & Analysis in Education – basically statistics related to multiple regressions. Class was overview of the syllabus and in-depth discussion on our assignments … More Lessons Learned After First Day of Classes.
To prevent wasting one day of laundry try doing a load a day. I typically place a load in the washer after the girls go to sleep and then it goes in the dryer right before I hit the bed. Now I know for some this isn’t possible due to lack of appliances in home, … More Tip Tuesday: A Load a Day
It’s Monday – here is an inspirational quote: From my own personal experience, as single parents we tend to carry the guilt as a handbag… It took me a long time to get over feeling bad for having my first child out of wedlock. I finally realized that no matter how, I was chosen … More Motivational Monday – Stepping Stones