I’m Christin: part-time Speech-Language Pathologist, full-time bookworm + tea drinker, and occasional traveler.
I’m striving to find joy at home and on the road, as well as design products that make your life and teaching happier.
What i love
thoughts on faith, books, home, + travel
The blog is my space to write about things I love. Here, you’ll find my thoughts on the latest book I’ve read (it’s likely Tolkien or Lewis), the tea I’m drinking (with milk and honey, please), the place I’ve visited (always wishing it’s England), or the pondering of my heart while at home (there’s faith involved).
Faith, Books, + Life
I’m one of those people who gets pretty excited to take down the Christmas decorations because, despite how much I adore them, I love that fresh, clean slate. This year, however, I decided to leave a few bits and bobs up - mostly, the dried oranges, evergreen boughs,...
You may have already seen my post about my Rule of Life and how I decided to use this as a framework for 2020 (and beyond!) rather than choosing a resolution or word of the year. I'm still excited about my rule and have been referring back to it regularly. BUT I've...
The time for resolutions to be made and words to be chosen is here. We're filled with grand dreams of what we want this next year to mean for us. Some people scoff at these practices, realizing how often they are futile, being pushed to the side as soon as the...
Where We go
New York City
Great Smoky Mountains
Speech Language Pathology + Education
Welcome to 2020, fellow SLPs! It's crazy to think that it's now been a decade since I began taking Speech-Language Pathology classes in earnest and began preparing for graduate school. In some ways, it seems like just yesterday; in others, it seems like I've been...
This might be controversial; I'm not sure. But to me, it feels important. In my placements, I work alone two days a week and have the opportunity to cross paths with other SLPs one day a week at the pre-k to 1st grade school. Being mostly in upper grade schools, I'm...
Mixed groups can be the worst. Who's with me? This year, I have both the fortune and misfortune of having a large group of students (around 10) who all need to be seen during the same hour block of time. Because I'm both part-time and a traveling SLP, I'm only at that...