Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Monday Morning “Goodwill Hunting” Report

Happy Monday, peeps!! How was your weekend? Weather-wise, we ran the gambit from an ice-covered driveway Sunday morning to expectations of 70 degree weather today! It’s just bizarre, isn’t it? I had an unexpectedly awesome thrifting weekend, though! The gods of Thrifty Architecturalness were definitely in my corner when I headed out Saturday. I posted […]

A Frank Conversation about Bullying – the Effect on our Communities and What We Can Do About It

If you missed my earlier posts, Monday, I shared my daughter’s personal story, Tuesday we looked at what constitutes bullying, Wednesday we talked about Who is a Bully, and Thursday we looked at Who are the Targets. Today, we are going to wrap with the series with a look at how Bullying affects our schools […]

A Frank Conversation About Bullying – What Exactly Is Bullying?

If you missed my post yesterday, regarding my daughter’s experience with an online bully, it was her experience and my dealing with the repercussions that brought this problem more sharply into focus for me. We’ve all heard about the news stories about children committing suicide or acts of violence because of bullying, but when it […]