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Parenting Writings

Why Online Schooling Fails to Bridge the Learning Gap

While learning disparities were already spreading throughout the education system, now more than ever, students of color are at a disadvantage. Sha Terrell, January 16, 2021 When students transitioned to remote learning in last year, I’m not sure many understood its toll on the education system. Unprepared, the schools in the US were ill-equipped to […]

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Parenting Writings

Distance Learning With COVID-19

A necessary measure to ensure students’ safety, but what are the downsides? Sha Terrell, January 15, 2021 According to the New York Times, since the global pandemic outbreak, there have been 30.5 million cases worldwide, and the United States accounts for 10.1 million of those cases. The number of people who are affected by COVID-19 […]

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Cooking

Herb Bread

Here’s a yummy bread recipe that will fill your home with a beautiful savory aroma!

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Gardening

Fall Garden 2020 Plan

I’m fairly new to gardening since I’ve been at it since March of this year. While I had a late start on my spring crops, I’ve had plenty of time to plan accordingly for fall and try to level up these green thumb skills. Even though I’m new, I’d like to say that I’m not […]

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Cooking

Sha’s Breakfast Biscuits

What better way to start your day than with some decadent, buttery, flaky biscuits?

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Parenting

My Zoom Disaster

m a stay-at-home mom, and I want to from home, and put my freshly earned degree to use. I could have it all, right? One could only dream. Here’s how my overzealous aspirations quickly dwindled into a disastrous experience.

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Who’s Sha?

Welcome to my blog. Here you will read about things that inspire me, things I like … what I’m like. Over time, you all will get a pretty good idea of who I am.