Thoughts on National Bullying Prevention Month

October is National Bullying Prevention Month and there has never been a better time to talk about how we can rise above this very serious topic. Whether it’s happening in schools or in the workplace, bullying has the potential to lead to serious consequences for the victim, including depression, anxiety and even death. The nation’s […]

Change is Inevitable; Your Reaction Doesn’t Need to Be

In life, change is inevitable. This couldn’t be more true than in today’s world, where we’re facing adversity, difficulties and tough decisions. School or homeschool, reopen or stay closed, mask or not mask, test or not test, protest or not protest – the list goes on and on. Fortunately, in most of these instances, the […]

15 Ways to Stay Productive

Productivity: Such a positive, yet negative word. When we’re at the top of our game, our productivity levels soar and we feel great, but when we’re having an off day (or off week), our productivity levels are barely off the ground. One day we’re feeling accomplished and the next, we’re completely unmotivated. In today’s world, […]

Keep Schools, Students Safe with Simple Measures

Countless schools across the country have opened their schools and started fall sports only to be shut down soon after, following positive cases of COVID-19. Educational systems face a challenging situation – is it possible to safely reopen for in-class instruction and to play sports? There are incredible benefits of learning in the classroom and […]

Back-to-School Check List, Pandemic Style

As students finish up what seemed like the longest summer break ever, it’s time to start thinking about back-to-school. But with so many changes, the traditional supply list just isn’t the same. Having the proper school supplies plays a big role in a successful educational experience. But what does that look like during a pandemic […]