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Developing Positive Self Esteem

Positive self esteem is so important when developing self confidence and a positive outlook on the world. Many people are living in situations that could lead to feeling negative or not valued. It is our job as teachers to help them see that they are valued and important and that they have much to contribute to the world around them. Environment is not the only thing that can impact self esteem. Some people have many opportunities and resources available to them, but they don't see them in a positive light. We need to help them see that they have much...

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The Dangerous Naïveté of Coastal Elites

The Dangerous Naïveté of Coastal Elites

Before any of its characters appear on-screen, HBO’s Coastal Elites introduces itself with a genteel red font that bears a striking resemblance to The New Yorker’s proprietary typeface. Within minutes, viewers are introduced to Miriam (played by a characteristically engaging Bette Midler). A former New York City public-school teacher, Miriam delivers breathless denouncements of President Donald Trump directly into the camera, pausing only for enthusiastic asides about NPR tote bags and the joys of being Jewish. She yearns for a simpler time when the political climate was more civil: “Those people from Nebraska and Ohio and Alabama—I’d fly over them,...

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“Hey kiddo, do any of your books have a picture of a flamingo that looks like a question mark?”

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“Hey kiddo, do any of your books have a picture of a flamingo that looks like a question mark?”

“I don’t think so…oh yeah, my dictionary!” It’s not a huge dictionary, but it’s not a small one, so I am equal parts awed and scared. Deodorant sits at the intersection of snackHQ’s hot topics. Why are we conditioned to think of regular human emissions as unacceptable? Why are pseudoscientific claims linking a product to cancer so compelling? Why do we all use the word “deodorant” when we really mean “antiperspirant”? I’m not answering any of these questions today, because I need an answer to a much smaller one: why did my deodorant turn pink? Our family’s mantra this year...

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All Things Fall with Findlay Rowe {Giveaway!}

All Things Fall with Findlay Rowe {Giveaway!}

Pumpkin spice lattes have made their official appearance. Porches are donning mums. Mornings are less humid, and dare we say - crisp. That can only mean one thing - Fall has arrived!Fall is one of those few seasons that seems to excite everyone. And judging from what we see on our social media feeds - we mean EVERYONE. We all have Fall fever. Especially this year. Football seasons look questionable. Halloween parties seem to be on the chopping block. And festivals??Well...here's hoping we perfect our culinary skills ASAP, otherwise does anyone know a good vender willing to deliver warm funnel cakes and all...

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