Trying to get organized with all the piles? Are you feeling overwhelmed and don’t know where to start? Tired of hiding behind the mess? Let’s face it: clutter is a big problem, and I can help guide you. This guide lays out a detailed, step-by-step action plan that can quickly help anyone be on the right path toward having less stress and less mess without becoming overwhelmed by the process. This decluttering book can alter not only your home but your thought processes and your finances. To organize your life starts with decluttering your home. You don’t want to just move things around, but you want a long-term solution to minimize clutter forever.
A retired teacher’s take on our failing education system from the inside. Honest and controversial, Education Aggravation examines the roles of the various actors and elements: students, teachers, parents, administration, politicians, money, media and technology.
What is happening in our schools? Do schools prepare students for “real” life? How? Who calls the shots?
Students advance from grade to grade without learning how to read or decode. How is that possible? Parents have trouble with 3rd grade math. Why is that? Technology is doing the critical thinking for our students. Snap! The importance of lifelong learning needs to be stressed in the households, the schools and on social media.
Instead of throwing blind money at a never-ending fix and just passing students from grade to grade, we need to re-examine our goals for them from the ground up. The student is supposed to be the focus. Only by looking at the cultural dynamics molding our students and using the tools at our disposal (one being our brains) to develop their ability to think on their own can we help them navigate their individual success in an unknown future.