Planning a Month of Blog Topics

I used to just write a blog entry whenever the mood struck me. It was great in terms of writing because I'd be all amped up and excited about a topic and the words would just flow. It was when I had a free moment to myself and since I have the…

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25 Summer Tips for TpT Sellers

Summer… A time to relax, go to the beach, read whatever you want, sleep in, and… Oh wait, scratch that. You’re a teacher-author on Teachers Pay Teachers. You may be out of the classroom for a little while, but you’re not off the hook completely.While summer is a slower time for many…

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10 Habits to Achieve Success as a Teacher-Author

If you work from home, you might have a difficult time keeping yourself on track. I’ve found success with my Teachers Pay Teachers store by doing the following ten habits to set goals, meet deadlines, and achieve the dreams I have for my own business.#1: Stay organized. Making lists, keeping notes, maintaining…

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Task Organization

Do you love making lists and checking off items?Do you strive to become more organized, but need a simple tool to help get started?Do you like to keep track of weekly, monthly, and daily tasks you need to complete?I personally love making to-do lists. Writing down everything I want to accomplish in a…

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Digital Lists

So if you know me, you know that I am extremely tech-savvy and quick to use digital resources in and out of the classroom. But I have to admit that I have a dirty little secret... I love neatly-organized, color-coded, three-ring binders... full of ACTUAL PAPER.Oh, the horror!I truly am embarrassed to…

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