Category: Mindfulness

Having trouble with too many distractions?

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The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another. ~William James Whatever we put our attention on will grow stronger in our life. ~Maharishi Mahesh 

Practice curiosity to let go of perfectionism…

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“Sit down before facts as a little child, be prepared to give up every conceived notion, follow humbly wherever and whatever abysses nature leads, or you will learn nothing.” ―

20 Tips for a C.A.L.M. Classroom Using Mindfulness & Social-Emotional Learning

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In the midst of back to school (or whatever that means to you) I just wanted to offer you a little sneak peek into last week’s workshop on mindfulness and

Building Teacher Resilience: Mindfulness for Teachers

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I don’t know about you, but these last few weeks have been overwhelming to say the least.  To put it mildly my teacher resilience is already being challenged– going back

The 4 Agreements for Building Classroom Relationships

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Can we agree that it’s all about relationships in a classroom? As much as the outside observer (i.e. most people who have never stepped foot in a classroom, but make

Heartfulness: Mindfulness for Teachers

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Guided mindfulness for teachers to generate positive emotions through heartfulness practice.

The Insight Timer STILL Holds Up for Teacher Self-Care

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Check out this teacher self-care app that has been completely free since its inception and promises to remain free “forever”...the Insight Timer.

Working with Difficult Emotions: Mindfulness for Teachers

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Guided mindfulness for teachers to work with inevitably difficult emotions to recharge so that you can continue educating children.

Find your mindful breath this summer

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Teacher mindfulness starts with deep breathing.

What can floundering strawberries teach us about our own wellbeing?

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One thing that I have come to believe is that nature knows what we should do, if we only pay attention. Nature can serve as a guide for how to

Listen to learn. Learn to listen…

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I’m not sure what has stopped me in my tracks more: the Covid-19 crisis that literally stopped me in my tracks or the protests for George Floyd and ending police violence in

Are you choosing resistance or resilience?

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I don’t know about you, but the end of this school year feels like a different kind of exhausting. Now instead of those jolting feelings of the “dark days of