Are you in a violent relationship?

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To allow oneself to be carried away by a multitude of conflicting concerns, to surrender to too many demands, to commit oneself to too many projects, to want to help

3 Ways to Reframe Teacher Self-Care

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I’ve heard from many of you and have seen a lot of posts on social media about this being one of the hardest school years imaginable.   There are a few

3 Ways to RENEW this School Year

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We’re in the midst of the RENEWAL phase of our teaching season.  And as Allende assures us, our capacity for survival in the midst of tough things is awesome.  There

4 Solutions to a 40 Hour Teacher Work Week

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In the spirit of boundaries (and knowing what I need) I’m going to stay true to sending out two Well Wishes each month.  When I’m writing this, I’m about 38

10 Tools to Find Calm Amidst Chaos in Your Classroom

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Depending on where you’re teaching, you probably have started at some capacity at this point.  And for that I commend each and every one of you!  As Kastor said with

Teacher Self-Care Triage: Move from Crisis to Calm

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Have you ever found yourself feeling a little overwhelmed and you weren’t really sure how to proceed or what to do next? I’ll answer that question for us all…YES, we

4 Self-Care Solutions to Build a Daily School Routine

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I’ve been talking to a lot of teachers about going back to school already.  There is fear, apprehension and at times even disappointment and sometimes anger.  The way we left

Can you find Real Happiness at Work?

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This week is all about another summer book that you may (or may not) have the desire to read, but I’m going to give you a summary and some wonderfully

Teacher: Do you have trouble saying no?

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For this week’s summer reading series, I’m going to keep this short and sweet because that’s the basic principle of this week’s book recommendation:  Essentialism by Greg McKeown. This is

Find your fringe hours for self-care

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Self-care needs to be included in what you should be doing. It is not a privilege. It is a necessity. ― Jessica N. TurnerThe Fringe Hours: Making Time for You

Summer Reading Series #1

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To kick off our summer reading series, I want to share one of my all time favorites that I’ve read numerous times: The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz. The

Tis the season to RECHARGE!

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Hope you’re finding your footing as you navigate your new schedule and life outside of the classroom.  It always takes me a few weeks to get in a groove, and