Reading is a fundamental right. We send our kids to school so that they can become better readers and better thinkers. Reading more authentic literature leads to high levels of critical thinking—so equip your readers with books from diverse...
Carter G. Woodson {AKA the "Father of Black History"} first proposed a sort of Black History Week back in 1926. It was timed for the second week of February to coincide with the birthdays of Frederick Douglass and Abraham...
February is my favorite month of the year. My birthday is at the end of the month, Valentine’s Day {or my preference:: Galentine’s Day} means indulging in way too many sweets, and Black History Month enables me to dig...
Our country has spent the better part of a year engaged in conversations around the racial inequalities that plague our society. By now, most of us know what a huge problem this is, and we are looking for ways...
I am a single parent and a teacher- my little family relies on my paycheck alone for all of life's necessities and extras. For the better part of 2020, I've been locked up with my thoughts, and those thoughts...
  It's no secret this pandemic has been hard. Hard for moms. Hard for dad. Hard for kids.  Despite all of this my kids have been amazing. Like, letting Mommy and Daddy take uninterrupted work calls at 1pm, 3pm, and 5pm...
I'm not fond of resolutions. At the turn of each new year it feels a bit daunting to come up with new intentions that I may or may not stick to. I hate the pressure and don't like letting...
National Family Literacy Month This year in November, most of us are thinking among other things about the election and Thanksgiving; however, a lesser known albeit important event, that frankly I am glad to focus on right now, is National...
Hi Houston Moms. It's me again, your friendly Earth advocate blogger. Back in April, I shared with you some Simple Steps to Being Environmentally Friendly. Now I am back to tell you all about a super cool new app,...
Are you lonely? I was too. It has taken a lot to get out of that mental space. I live for adult interaction, dirty jokes, deep conversations and a drink or two, and I prefer to do it all...

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