Breakup Reading List

Is the title enough to clue you in? I'm about a month into breakup recovery and I've done all of the normal things--binged Friends on Netflix, cried, watched rom-coms, ate ice cream, listened to both sad and inspirational playlists, signed up for a half-marathon, got a tattoo...okay some of these might just be things I... Continue Reading →

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May Reads-2019

April was basically a blur and here we are in May already! I am OFFICIALLY done with grad school (graduation was on Monday which already feels like it was a year ago) and what a wild ride that was. Part of me is ecstatic to be done with school and part of me is ready... Continue Reading →

I know, I know, it's everyone's favorite sonnet too! Full Shakespeare mode this week.

February Reads–2019

We're more than halfway through February...but better late than never when it comes to this month's reads, right? After finally finishing and submitting my edTPA last week and graduation just around the corner, I feel like I can finally, slightly, relax. I have a big stack this month in the to-read pile...a couple of which,... Continue Reading →

October Reads

Hey all! Long time no write. Grad school and student teaching got the better of me last month and I have basically only had the energy to procrastinate and watch The Office...but here we are. Somehow, I managed to read all of the books I planned to read in September but thought it might be wise... Continue Reading →

Reading the Classics: Volume I

Welcome to the first volume of "Reading the Classics"! Recently, I've been pondering the sheer number of literary classics that I have not read. Some I have actively avoided (ahem Lord of the Flies, ahem anything by Vonnegut), and many I just haven't gotten around to yet. I want to change that and thankfully, student teaching... Continue Reading →

September Reads

Chant with me: "September, September, September!" Okay, so this summer wasn't so bad, but it wasn't so amazing either. I am completely ready for the Fall season to get going already even though that means grad school and work-school began last week. Apart from horribly dreading the next eight months (edTPA, actually having to teach,... Continue Reading →

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