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Harsh Realities

December 9, 2018

Being Kind to Unkind People

A few days ago I woke up and popped open my email. There it sat, a nasty email full of hate. Someone had anonymously commented on one of the posts I had written. Funny timing since I had just written an article about the hateful behavior of people online. (See that post here.) They didn’t take the time to critique my writing, or the material…

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December 5, 2018

Christmas Memories: What Matters Most

I recently read a letter, written by a teacher, telling parents what kids talk about most upon returning from Christmas vacation. It was one of those, hit you in the heart, make you tearful, count your blessings, types of posts. It had me thinking back to all of my holiday memories as a kid. The letter was simple but spot on: time is more valuable…

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November 29, 2018

Bullying: Are Kids Really the Problem?

Today I saw a friend post an inspiring story on Facebook. She shared the story of a single mother who was pulled over for speeding. The kindness and compassion of the officer making the stop, forever changed her life in a beautiful and uplifting way. To see the story, click here. The story was perfect for this dreary and cold Thursday! Truth is, I’m a…

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November 16, 2018

Grieving for the One You Lost & Forgetting the Ones Still Here

My husband was out of town for work, leaving me home for a few days with all 3 children. When my dad heard this, he immediately told the kids he’d be coming up for a slumber party. The kids were overjoyed. It’s not often that you get a sleepover on a school night. It was a win-win. It would provide help with the chaos, and…

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Chelsea Ohlemiller

Chelsea Ohlemiller

Wife, mother and educator who has Indiana roots and a passionate spirit. Chelsea is married to the love of her life, Justin. She’s the mother to a kind-hearted daughter named Hattie, a rambunctious son named Hutson, and the baby and “Grand Finale” of the family, a son named Hyland. Chelsea recently left her job as a special education teacher in Indianapolis to become a stay-at-home-mom. Little did she know she'd soon be led back into the classroom. She recently accepted a position with Anderson University supervising student teachers. She has a deep love of teaching and has always enjoyed helping inspire students. She is a Ball State graduate but an Indiana University Hoosier at heart. Chelsea’s mother is her inspiration, as she always encouraged her to write. In 2017, Chelsea's mother passed away. She decided to honor her mother's wishes. She started writing and sharing it with the world. It was one of the best decisions she's ever made.

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