One Word 2019

       

      A New Year trend on Twitter each year is the #Oneword hashtag. You choose a word that will represent your year. My #OneWord2019 is unstoppable because I’m going to be unstoppable when reaching and accomplishing my goals this year! But, what goals? I have thought about my goals since I posted my word 24 hours ago. I decided to create a goal list with an action for each goal. In the past, I’ve made goals, but I do not think about how I am going to get it done.

  • Complete my dissertation and walk the stage in December 2019 and become Dr. Meagan England. I will do this by dedicating at least 8 hours a week to dissertation writing
  • Continue to take care of me. In 2018, I lost 66 pounds, and I’ve almost made my fitness goals. Instead of a weight loss goal, my goal is to be physically stronger. I will do this by continuing to go to the gym, eating healthy, spending time with my family, and adding a boxing class this year. 
  • Continue to grow my instructional knowledge to help support the teachers in my district. I will do this by reading at least one book a month and by visiting at least ten classrooms a week. 
  • Expand my reach and help teachers across the world. I will do this by blogging at least twice a month with posts that are helpful and not superficial. 

             Please help me keep my goals going by checking in on me throughout the year. I would also like to support you throughout the year. If you are interested in a goal motivator, please comment below or reach out on Twitter or Instagram.

Award and a Linky

I’ve been given this award by Patty Rutenbar over at Second in Line. Thank you so very much! 






The rules say that I have to highlight five other new bloggers and pass this award on to them. I am a follower of so many blogs. I enjoy learning so much from so many different bloggers. The blogs that I have decided to highlight are: 



  1. Think, Wonder, and Teach

  2. Elementary Matters
  3. Tales from Outside the Classroom
  4. Simply the Classroom
  5. The Ramblings of a 5th Grade Teacher
 Now those new bloggers must follow these directions and keep the warm fuzzies going. Good Luck and Have Fun!

The goal of the award is to spotlight up-and-coming blogs with less than 200 followers. The rules are:
  1. Copy and paste the award on your blog.
  2. Thank the giver and link back to them.
  3. Reveal your top 5 picks and let them know by leaving a comment on their blog.
  4. Hope that your followers will spread the love to other bloggers.
Now for the linky! 
 If you’d like to do this too…go to Oh Boy! Fourth Grade and grab your own copy and link up!
~Meagan~

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