#metoo: My Story

It’s been quite a year. I have witnessed and watched countless acts of molestation, inappropriate sexual behaviors and come to the realization after about forty years – if you see something say something. I watched, Code of Silence, where a man finally comes forward to his family and tight-knit orthodox Jewish community about years of […]

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Is Your Job Getting in the Way of Your Social Media?

This is a serious first world problem, but I feel like my blog is suffering since I went back to work. I’m a teacher and spent the entire summer with a beautiful schedule of posting, writing on Sunday and leisurely scrolling through and commenting on fellow bloggers posts. I enjoyed the active membership within Facebook […]

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Anyone Else Survive Back to School Week?

Can we talk? Calling all teachers! Did you survive your first week back in the classroom? Let’s start with the fact that after being off for essentially two months, you now have to get up as early as five in the morning, decorate your classroom like you’re competing on The Great Interior Design Challenge, and […]

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My Daughter Highjacked My Blog!

So, Your Mom Has More Followers Than You. The truth hurts. In this moment, the truth is my mother, Sydney D. Culver has precisely fifteen thousand one hundred fifty-eight more followers than me. Now, some other teenager whose mother runs a wellness blog must be wondering why their mother has fifteen thousand more followers than […]

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Why Does Anger Fuel Social Media?

Have you noticed that people love to be angry lately? What’s worse is the anger doesn’t seem to fit the alleged crime. For instance, I’m in a reading group on Facebook. We talk about books we love, want to read and recommend. Occasionally a personal question may come up but that’s been the extent of […]

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