Michie Smashing Thoughts
In the first part of this piece, I talk about masks we wear as teachers, focusing solely on the individual. In this piece, I discuss masks we wear as a whole staff, and how these not only affect our relationships, but also the environment as a whole.
This is part 1 in a 2 part series about the masks we wear as educators and other adults alike, for the children in our care. What is appropriate to show and what do we hide? In this piece, I explore some of these ideas.
This is some information about my first job as an editor for Bartolo Vincente. Check out his new title on Amazon.
This is a piece about some habits that this tired teacher with a huge to do list has acquired throughout the years.
This is a piece about some of the tools that have worked in making my long distance relationship a success.
This is my 2121 running recap including what I learned in my second year as a runner.
This is a sport short about a failed dive to score a try, made in a college rugby match years ago. I compare things I learned in that game versus learning in my most recent match as an Albany Knickerbocker this weekend.
This is a piece about my forever changing body and where I am at in my life-long pursuit of pure self love.
This is the second short in a series I am writing about those flash moments you get in sports that NEVER leave you. Athletes know that these moments are not and CANNOT be planned. In the decades of sports, I still have these plays, these visions, and these games I can see like it was happening in the present. The second of many is this true tale of two rugby women in their prime completing the best play that college rugby has ever seen, a trick play inspired by a classic movie, The Little Giants.
This week my rugby coach, Lori “The Ripper” Staples, asked us to answer 2 questions about rugby. Here is my shared response about why I play rugby and what it feels like to play.
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