If you have ever had a stress headache from all the work you’re doing and want to still get things done but not overfunction, you need to listen to this episode.
For years Joel and I have been rolling up our sleeves and finding ways to make this crazy teaching career work for us. We've found tons of ways to work smarter, not harder and we're ready to spill all our secrets. Grab that margarita or a glass of kombucha and pull up a chair!
If you’re exhausted from trying to convince others of your rightness and awesomeness but don’t know what to do about it, you need to listen to this episode.
If you want to stop finishing your school days feeling blah and uncertain about what to do about it, you need to listen to this episode.
If you struggle to be gentle with yourself and are unsure what to do to make gentleness actually happen, you need to listen to this episode.
If you’re tired of figuring out how to improve your mindset and support others with theirs, you need to listen to the 1 mindset hack that changed my life.
Not having enough time to do our jobs is one of the burdens of being a teacher. Consequently, it’s essential to guard our limited time and energy with our lives. This is why boundaries with our students are a must.
How do you spend the tiny pockets of time waiting for a meeting to begin? How about the time when your students are transitioning back from lunch or recess and you’re waiting for them in the classroom? What you’re choosing to do can impact your overall stress quite a bit.
If you’re tired of walking into your classroom on Monday morning feeling frantic and unsure what to focus on first, you need to listen to this episode.
Don’t stay stuck in day-to-day planning. You can get ahead by a few weeks by being okay with “Good Enough.”
Walnut teachers will suck your energy and passion for teaching. Marigold teachers will help you become the best version of yourself. We’ll show you how to find the marigolds and steer clear of the walnuts.
Is it really tough getting a weekly newsletter out to families? I totally get it. For years my weekly updates were all over the place (poor quality and/or infrequent) until I learned a few tricks. Spend less time creating weekly newsletters rich with helpful info. I'll send you the exact guide I use!
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