Recently I was given the opportunity to test out and review two different products. I have no clue how these companies found me, but I'm going to try not to be offended (lol!) since they are a teeth whitening company and a skincare company. First, I tried FRÉ Skincare. They graciously sent me their 123FRÉ … Continue reading Clear Skin and White Teeth…? Yes, please.
Author: Teaching in Pearls
Chocolate Protein Mug Cake
Yeah, eating healthy all the time is hard... but eating chocolate protein mug cake sure isn't! This is one of my absolute favorite desserts for when I am craaaaaving chocolate (which happens frequently)! Ingredients chocolate shakeology (or protein powder) 1 egg 1 tsp honey 1/4 tsp baking soda 1/2 tsp cocoa powder 3 tbsp almond … Continue reading Chocolate Protein Mug Cake
Using Pool Noodles in the Music Room
Today for one of my summer teacher projects I created this neat little rhythm activity for my elementary music classroom! You will need: pool noodles of different colors a sharp knife a cutting board a permanent marker a measuring tape or ruler string, rhythm sticks, a jumprope, etc clear nail polish I was able to … Continue reading Using Pool Noodles in the Music Room
My New Teaching Job (K-6 Music)
I really struggled to keep this blog up and running during this past school year. To be honest, I had a feeling that I would be embarking on a new teaching adventure as early as September of our last school year. It felt weird to talk about teaching and my choir program while knowing that … Continue reading My New Teaching Job (K-6 Music)
SNS Nail Polish: The Answer to a Frugal Teacher’s Prayers
It is common knowledge that teachers (especially in their early years) are not rolling in a lot of extra money. I'm lucky enough that I have two supplementary incomes in addition to my full time teaching job, but with an apartment/utility bills/business expenses/food/general life needs/my shopping addiction (lol)--I don't have a lot of money left over. … Continue reading SNS Nail Polish: The Answer to a Frugal Teacher’s Prayers
Breakfast Fail: Protein Crepes
HAPPY MONDAY! I was off of school today for President's Day, so I thought it would be a great idea to try a new breakfast recipe from my favorite healthy cookbook, Fixate. This book is seriously the great and every recipe I've made from it so far has been perfectly delicious. Unfortunately that was not … Continue reading Breakfast Fail: Protein Crepes
What Is “Coaching” and Why Are You Always on my Social Media?
These are understandable questions that I receive often, so I figured I would explain everything ,the best way I can, in a blog post. I became a Team Beachbody Coach in July 2016 after my wonderful experience with one of their programs, 21 Day Fix. Ever since then, I have exposed my whole life through pictures … Continue reading What Is “Coaching” and Why Are You Always on my Social Media?
A Three Month Roller Coaster
"Roller coaster" is the most calm term I can use to describe this school year so far. It is now November and I am finally getting a moment to collect my thoughts about all that has happened during the past three months. I began the year feeling very confident in my teaching, discipline, and work … Continue reading A Three Month Roller Coaster
First Year vs. Second Year
The differences between my first year of teaching and my second year of teaching are so dramatic that its almost insane. I honestly cannot remember how I managed to survive the stress of my first year, because now I feel like I'm floating on by! The biggest differences I've noticed are: I actually enjoy spending … Continue reading First Year vs. Second Year
An Update and an Apology
First, the apology: I promised that during the summer (when I had all of this glorious, amazing, wonderful free time that is coming to a close) that I would blog more often. Well... I LIED. So sue me. It turns out that even when I have loads of free time I can still find many … Continue reading An Update and an Apology