Making yourself a priority starts with your job. As a good teacher who loves your students, it’s important to remember to prioritize yourself and your mental health.
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The strategies you use to cope with stress can make all the difference in your teaching life. Try these coping strategies for stress.
Set work boundaries to make your teaching life go more smoothly. When you define your boundaries you gain more control over your work and home life.
Self care is important this school. As you face increased challenges and abrupt changes taking care of yourself is essential to take care of others.
Use summer to relax, reflect and recharge. Try these self care techniques to rejuvenate yourself after a long school year.
Understand the importance of transitions in your life. When you plan transitions with intent it enables you to slow down and be more fully present.
Complete guide of how to make time for yourself. Life is busy, but taking time for yourself benefits everyone around you.
Working at home tips for teachers may be what you need to preserve your sanity in the Covid-19 teaching reality. Use these 5 tips to create your new normal.
Social distancing can be a therapeutic time for you and your family. We’ve been given an opportunity to slow down and be human again.
No matter how calm you try to appear on the outside, how are you coping with stress during the pandemic as your teaching life changes?
We go to battle every day for our students and we love doing it, but it also depletes our precious energy. Grounding for self-care may help.
Taking work home with you means the work day never ends. Wean yourself from your laptop to gain freedom from work and enhance your in home life.
Creating a sacred relaxation room in your home can reduce stress and prevent burn out. A few steps will help ease your stress.