What to do in RVA, from your home-April 2020

RVA was full of activities and festivals for the Spring. Unfortunately, we are in stay at home mode. Therefore visiting all the museums, parks, restaurants, and breweries is not an option. While the new norm is to flatten the curve, we can still appreciate most that our community offers. Below are some suggestions for usContinue reading “What to do in RVA, from your home-April 2020”

WFH-Home Office Fixes

Transitioning to work from home is likely not easy for everyone. Whether you are a business owner or forced to stay home by your company, there are likely some needs to be addressed in your house to make the work space efficient and pleasant. The kitchen table can be suitable in the temporary, but let’sContinue reading “WFH-Home Office Fixes”

#WFH – Day 3

My zone defense improved today for sure. It was more like I let go of the control and OCD feelings of sticking to the schedule. Which we did adhere to, but with more breaks and chunking (I do remember something from my classroom days). Charlotte, unprompted, wrote letters to her great grandmother and her bestContinue reading “#WFH – Day 3”

#WFH – Day 2

We survived! I would scoff at anyone who raised their eyebrows and asked how I handled a classroom of thirty teenagers. It was cake. Sure there was an occassionally raging hormone challenge, but for the most, easy. This 6 and 3 year old on the other hand… Elementary school and day care providers are saints.Continue reading “#WFH – Day 2”