Book 21: Outliers

One of my goals for 2020 is to read more. What better way than to commit to reading one book a week? 52 books in 52 weeks and I’ll be sharing every single one on the blog, every Sunday. Check in for my latest reads and recommendations. This book review…

Caitlin’s Confections: Lemon Ricotta Loaf Cake

If you don’t like lemon flavored desserts.. you can’t sit with us. Just kidding- everyone is welcome at my table! This lemon ricotta loaf cake is soft and moist and perfect for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert. Really, you can eat it anytime and feel pretty darn guilt free, as…

Our New Hampshire Home: What We’ve Done So-Far

You know, I truly thought that you moved into a house, threw some paint on the walls, and BOOM! You’re done. SO not the case. We’ve been putting in a lot of work (we meaning Ryan doing quarter work and me doing penny work) over the past few weeks and…

May Favorites

May has been a wacky month, to say the least, but overall I’m loving the weather and looking forward to things getting a little bit closer to normal. There have, however, been a few things I’ve been relying to bring me joy during this odd season of life. I’m sharing…

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Feet Up Friday: The Benefits of Environmental Education

How much of your day did you spend outdoors as a kid? If someone asked me that question, the answer would be, well, most of it. My parents threw us into the backyard with shoes (if we wanted them) and our imaginations. We explored, we discovered, and we learned a whole lot about the world around us. We knew the importance of nature without being told- instead we saw that truth with our own eyes. Kids don’t play outside as much anymore. That statement definitely varies based on location, but there’s a sad truth to the sentiment. With that, unintentional…

Feet Up Friday: My Distance Learning Routine

As teachers, we understand the substantial impact of setting a routine and our current circumstances are really forcing us to practice what we preach. Rhode Island will be Distance Learning throughout the month of April and we are swimming the hardest we can in uncharted waters. I read something the other day that spoke to the fact that comparison is the enemy right now. Comparing yourself to what you used to be able to do. Comparing yourself to what you see others doing now. If you are doing your best, you are doing exactly what you need to. You should…

52 Books in 52 Weeks