A Brooklyn Teacher’s Perspective: Schools Out for the Sum…Spring?

There has been a lot of talk during this time of quarantine and social distancing in regards to sadness and grief. Of course, people are sad and grieving the loss of loved one, friends, jobs, etc. And I cannot stress this enough; if you have lost someone during this time, I truly send my deepestContinue reading “A Brooklyn Teacher’s Perspective: Schools Out for the Sum…Spring?”

Quarantined Extrovert: Part II

Four weeks ago, I wrote Quarantined Extrovert after just 9 days of social distancing and isolation in New York City. Quick recap: I was intensely experiencing all the things; some feelings I had been suppressing and some I didn’t even know I had. I felt lonely, I felt angry, I felt worthless and trapped. ThenContinue reading “Quarantined Extrovert: Part II”