Pivoting is perhaps one of the cornerstone moves of a life pushing forward. From adapting to a digital world to dealing with surgery, one can surmise that change will always be with us. But throughout it all, noticing the little things still matters. Check out this week’s post, “It’s the Little Things,” on MGSpear.com.Read More
If I were to choose to a positive word to describe 2020, I would pick adaptability. There are so many people trying out new strategies, thinking outside the box, to keep things going, to keep pushing forward, that I decided to make a post about it.Read More
What would you be doing right now if COVID-19 hadn’t appeared? Eating at a new restaurant? Planning a beach get-away? What are some things that haven’t changed?
Today’s post centers around musings of the quarantine, and how life continues on despite setbacks.
What does a typical work week look like for you? For me, since I am a teacher, my summer workweeks shift dramatically from what I do during the school year. More time for hustles and hobbies, but always working.Read More
Books for less than a dollar? Why yes, that is true. Unlike the time my husband bought bamboo sheets thinking they were 1800 thread count, this deal is where quality and affordability intersect. Check out my books to get hooked on your next read!Read More
If you could change something about your life, what would it be? For me, I think I would have explored my options and started my freelance hustling earlier. When I was going to school for my science degree, it was mostly pushed that teaching or research were the only options. When I graduated, I started […]Read More
I know some people are scared with this pandemic going on. While I’ve been enjoying all the alone time, there’s been instances where I wondered about the future: how will all of this end up? Will more people die, or will there be a happy ending? The most confident person saying modern medicine will prevail […]Read More
So two Fridays ago we were having a professional development day at my high school, and emails about the corona virus kept showing up in our inboxes, eventually ending with the big one that our spring break was going to be extended. I had planned on using the Walmart grocery pickup app to pick up […]Read More
I’ve got some new stories in the works. So this week is my high school’s spring break, and like so many other schools in Texas, we are extending our break out. Which means lots of writing time! One is completely written and is in the polishing stage. It will be a novella instead of a […]Read More