Educator Kristin Robair is a Humanitarian The World Will Know

Ms. Kristin A. Robair employs a student-centered conceptual learning approach using real-life scenarios and problem-solving opportunities that empower her students to be  “community of learners” with academic and civic responsibility. She fosters a trusting, encouraging, respectful work and learning environment with the ability to reach all students, from gifted to special needs, encouraging them to…

Crossing Your Spiritual Desert, Part II

Last month, I started talking about being in “spiritual wilderness”. I even wrote a blog about it called Crossing Your Spiritual Desert and I really encourage you to read it afterwards. I was sharing my current perspective and what “wilderness” is really starting to mean in my life, and the ways I am learning and…

Wellness Wednesday: 25 Sayings & Quotes to Start Your Morning Right

“Health is a state of body. Wellness is a state of being.” – J. Stanford “What drains your spirit drains your body. What fuels your spirit fuels your body.” –Caroline Myss “If we are creating ourselves all the time, then it is never too late to begin creating the bodies we want instead of the ones…

Life Talks With Laura Smartt: Mental Health Issues

To the person dealing with mental health issues…   I know it’s hard. Everyday just getting out of bed is hard. How you want to stay there and not interact with the world. Outside is where happiness happens, and you just can’t seem to find it. The questions that arise. “Are you okay?”, “Why are…

3 Golden Keys to Help You Ditch Emotional Baggage for Good

Hey My Loves! When you go to the airport, you check your bags in and retrieve them at baggage claim when you reach your destination. We often do that in our regular life too: carrying mental baggage with us that we need to just keep at the baggage claim! I remember a time when I…

Why You Should Stop Being a ‘Yes’ Person

Hey My Loves, As much as you love being a hero to your friends, loved ones, and people you inspire, you have to have juice to keep going. When you run out of juice, you’re like a car with no gas, stuck and not good for anything. Imagine a person who spends their whole life…