Q: I just LOVE your creative “to-do” lists! Which type seems to work best for you?
A: Well, that's the thing. NOTHING works well all the time so I am constantly shaking things up. I am easily bored!
Q: You've mentioned on your blog that you went to college to become an architect. What drew you into teaching?
Q: You’ve “confessed” that you eat pizza nearly every day. :-) What kind of pizza is your favorite?
A: Tricky question. I'm definitely a pepperoni fan. I love me a crispy thin crust!
Q: Do you prefer getting your pizza from a particular place?
A: No...I am perfectly willing to shop around! Little dives tend to have the best pizza as opposed to big chains.
Q: So what was the last book you read?
A: Big girl book--"Snow Child"...kid book "The Fourth Stall".
Q: What new skill related to blogging or creating products would you like to learn?
Q: What is your most popular product on TpT?
A: Well, my Hands on Fraction Unit has sold the most--people really followed my journey with that last year and it continues to be one of my top sellers. People also seem to really like my Open Ended Math Challenges and my word problem sets. I have several new products that came out this summer that teachers are finding helpful as well as they organize instruction for the year.
A: I use Canon cameras...I have two different ones--a Powershot SX20 IS point and shoot and just got a Canon Rebel that I am learning to use.
Q: Any photography tips you’d like to pass along to novices like me?
A: Take TONS....delete the bad ones. Try different angles and different light and have fun...some of my best photos have happened by accident! I love getting low to the ground and seeing things from that angle.
Q: What are some of your favorite fonts right now?
A: Oh...I am a KG font girl! I have her full license. I am currently into Lego House bold, Janda Closer to Free, Beyond These Hazel Eyes for products. For personal use I love Like a Skyscraper and Payphone!
Q: So...If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?
A: I think I would be a nomad so I could sample all sorts of different places! Nothing too hot...too cold...too rainy...too many bugs...
Q: What are you looking forward to doing differently this upcoming school year?
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