The Good, The Bad, and The Anxiety.

Teachers, you got this! There may be many struggles within your classroom but remember your purpose!

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Tempo

Tempo You hit the ground running at birth The joys of a young life to this earth. You’re told to catch life’s pace To hold on in this dying race; Meek are The hearers, Blessings to the doers; The mountain movers. Holding on to your chest Trying to find inner rest Work harder…be perfect Do […]

Books by Black Authors That You Don’t Want to Miss This Year

If you are an African-American fiction-novel fanatic like myself, then you’re hankering for your next book-fix. In these winter months, I’d rather curl up with a hot cup of mixed berry hibiscus tea and read. I’m currently reading the great Tayari Jones An American Marriage, and it is everything I am looking for in a […]

…But at what cost?

“You’re going back to work after having a baby. Do you feel guilty, elated, uncertain? The polar opposite of how you thought you would feel? Take a deep breath and remember that more than half of all new moms go back to work when their babies are younger than 1 year old—many with conflicted emotions.” […]

“YAAAAASSSSS, Lyne Lee!”

Being a full-time mom, wife, student, and teacher is exhausting and every three or four weeks….I BREAK! There is nothing like courting yourself and enjoying some peace and quite without life’s demands.  Every woman who likes to be pampered can enjoy an all day event at the nail salon (even if it’s not on purpose).  […]