Category: Well-being

What if we are better together than we are apart?

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Where will you be in the next 30 days? In 30 days you may still be stuck at home, and the school year will be almost over, but what if

Twenty Self-Care Tips for Teachers to Do N.O.W. (NOT ONLY WEEKENDS)

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I don’t know about you, but I’m a little tired of my little bubble, sitting here trying to figure it all out myself.  As teachers, in the past weeks, we

Here’s to some serenity with our teacher stress…

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Transform teacher stress to a little more serenity with this Serenity Prayer exercise.

An open letter to all my teacher friends…Really, how are YOU?

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Dear Fellow Teacher-Friend I’m just going to be honest.  I’ve been racking my brain with how to be a support to teachers during this time of change and uncertainty, but

Mastering Your Daily {HOME} Routine During the Coronavirus Crisis

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I don’t think I have to tell you these are crazy and unprecedented times right now. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, almost overnight we’ve gone from the familiarity of our classroom

You’re Teaching from Home: Now What?

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In the blink of an eye, we’ve all been thrust into this new, scary, chaotic, and potentially overwhelming situation of having to now be a teacher from home away from

5 Steps to Move Teacher Self-Care from Classroom to Home

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Although you are a teacher by profession, you are also so much more than that…   You are an orchestrator of the unexpected.   You are a champion of improvisation. You are

The Time for Teacher Self-Care is N.O.W.

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I’m going to add another acronym to our already filled bucket of education related words standing for initiatives and programs.  But this one is different. This one is for us.

4 Tips for Self-Compassion for Teachers

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I’m sure we have all heard a flight attendant tell us at the beginning of a flight that if the oxygen masks fall from the compartment, put the mask on

Take the Sick Day if You Need It

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We’ve all had the uncontrollable come true: an emerging scratchy throat or pulsing headache,  waking up with body aches or an urgent emergency bathroom trip. We’ve all had the choice…to

Minimize Your Classroom to Maximize Your Time

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The topic of minimalism has been popping up all around me the past few weeks.  I have listened to people talking about applying this concept to their homes, lifestyles, and

4 Steps to Finding Your Lost Time

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Last week we talked about giving ourselves permission to start prioritizing ourselves so that we can be our best both inside and outside of the classroom.   You may be thinking