Travel Tips for Teachers

Both my husband and I are teachers so we totally understand the unique opportunity and limitations teachers have before they can take advantage of traveling throughout the year. However, we have been able to actually leverage our careers as teachers to allow us to travel and here's how. Disclaimer: we do not have any kids, [...]

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Happy Easter Triduum 2018!

I hope you have a family filled and blessed Easter Weekend (Easter Triduum in Catholic speak). We're going to a spring festival Saturday afternoon and then attending the 8pm Easter Vigil at All Souls in Sanford. I am a sponsor for a coworker going through the RCIA process (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults). They [...]

Spring Break is HERE

If you're not a teacher, you just cannot understand the absolute excitement that comes when spring break arrives. I truly think it is the most important break we get all year. Kids are cranky and stressed from the "testing season;" teachers and administrators have had it with students, and everyone is just miserable. To top [...]

Catholic Culture: Immaculate Conception & Veiling

Today is the Immaculate Conception, a Catholic holy day of obligation, and I have really wanted to step up my liturgical living so step 1 is attending mass on these days. Additionally, the Immaculate Conception has kind of become a "Wear a Veil to Mass Day." There are parish social media ads for women to [...]