Have you ever had a lack of energy in the classroom? In this guest post written by Louisa Sammartino, you can learn how combat burnout with the power of improved posture and physical movement. “Burnout hits 1 in 4 teachers.” You … [Read more...] about 3 Steps to give you back your power and energy in the classroom
You have probably heard of Tony Robbins; he is the incredibly tall self-help dude from those early 2000's infomercials. Well, anyway, he is still a big deal (and a big dude), and a quote of his that I love is “if you do what … [Read more...] about Easy to start home business ideas for teachers
Our guide to fat burning foods is written by nutrition and health expert, Shannan Kay, B.Ed., R.H.N. Did you know 90% of educators are too exhausted from school to work on their health? Or that over 50% of teachers … [Read more...] about Teachers: 12 fat burning foods you need to try
Have you ever been too tired from teaching to work out? Are you mentally exhausted after a day at school? Have you put on weight since starting teaching?If so, it seems like you're not alone. Earlier this year, I conducted … [Read more...] about Teachers’ Health Survey: The 3 Results That Will Trouble Teachers Everywhere
Starting a gratitude journal can be a daunting prospect. Writing down what you're thankful for can seem like a waste of time, or even if you are interested there are so many options on where to start. If you're overwhelmed, then … [Read more...] about Your first step in starting a gratitude journal
Do you like the concept of gratitude but need to ease into gratitude training? Are you time-poor? Do you have a spare thirty seconds a day? I have heard of them, but what are gratitude jars? Practicing gratitude takes … [Read more...] about What are gratitude jars?