Monthly Archives: September 2019

The Artist & The Parent

Q :My six-year-old goes bananas when I get rid of any art or schoolwork, so I’ve resorted to recycling stuff behind his back. We have many more years of school – and stuff ahead. Help! Tiffany S  Finding this in … Continue reading

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Low-Maintenance

I’m very low-maintenance. I don’t wear a lot of makeup, and I like to keep my hair natural. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I … Continue reading

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Full Circle Moment

Student’s description of competency and areas for growth This is my last quarter at ________. Therefore, my goals are the following 1) learn about the licensure process 2) continue to strengthen my therapeutic skills 3) sharpening my mezzo practice skills … Continue reading

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I Will

Comical Explanation

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One Word Advice

My best one-word piece of advice: Breath. Deep breaths won’t solve problems , but they calm you enough to remember you will get by.

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