Being an educator in the summer or a consultant all year long leaves a lot of unstructured time. Read on to see how to make sure the necessities get done and downtime is still achieved.
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July 15, 2019
July 02, 2019
In order to grow as people and educators, we have to be willing to take risks and acknowledge when change is necessary, instead of allowing comfort to drive our decisions.
June 27, 2019
Whether you are just leaving school for the summer or to move on to other adventures, it's important to make sure you reflect, reduce regret, and forge ahead.
June 13, 2019
What do you choose to do with the precious time you are given?
May 26, 2019
Everything will work out, in this situation and in all of the other ones. Our health and families must come first in our lives, not our jobs. Our work is important, but our relationships and well-being are more important.
April 12, 2019
Although I understand intellectually that I am thin, when I look in a mirror, sometimes all I can see is the areas that I'm not happy with. Fortunately, at this point in my life, I feel good about myself most of the time. I focus on what I like about myself instead of what I don't.
April 10, 2019
Many of us need permission to find harmony in our lives because we expect so much of ourselves that giving ourselves the things we need when we need them almost feels selfish. Taking care of our own needs and being able to address our passions is the only truly compassionate way to live.
April 01, 2019
So as I continue to navigate the waters of change as an educational advocate for students, I'm eager to find a balance between my own personal crusade and the needs of my own child.
February 28, 2019
No one likes the feeling of dragging themselves out of bed to go to a job they just aren't feeling right now, and the best antidote to that is finding our flow.
October 30, 2018
Education professionals throw their whole selves into what they do--at least I did. Always learning and feeling good at work often took me away from my family.