Changes and a new website

Change is inevitable, nothing is more constant than change, so says Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher, who stated “change is the only constant in life.” And it’s true, we just have to see how much the world has changed due to COVID. It will be recorded in history, as will the after-effects that will linger in years to come. We are already experiencing a number of these now, the spikes in the economy, be it housing, shares coupled with the downturn of businesses and individuals losing their jobs. Sound a bit familiar? The Great Depression rebooted 2.0.

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Change is good. It allows us to re-evaluate what we are doing and where we are going, which is why this year I decided to write my goals month by month and share my progress with you. I was determined to see my goals through this year. And just recently, I was reminded the importance of living each day and making the most of my existence, and thanking the universe for the gift of being alive, and to be grateful for what I have.

Perspective is everything, and I was reminded only a week ago, that as a teacher, I am important to my students and that is why I am there. I didn’t really consider part, I enjoy teaching students, but I don’t enjoy the politics, though it is prevalent in all occupations. Of course, there are days when I feel as if I am banging my head against a brick wall, but most days a good.

Why am I telling you all this? Well, in order to move forward and to embrace my goals, I decided to invest in a new website. I’ve resisted for a while, but felt this is the right time to take the leap (pardon the metaphor), and move to a new website. It is a WordPress site, a little fancier than this one, and slick. I hope you join me at my new website as that is where I will be posting my future blog articles.

This is the link to my new site: and I hope to see you there 😊

Thank you for your continued support and as always, I look forward to your comments and will respond.

Historical fiction novelist and a secondary teacher, Luciana Cavallaro, burnt out but not done… yet.


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