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Say no to additional commitments to say yes to you.  

As teachers we all want to bring things home because we are never really finished.  Our days never truly end. As the last student leaves the room screaming goodbye as he or she runs down the hall, we plop into our seat, sigh a heavy breath, look up at the ceiling and wonder where to start.     Do we piece our rooms back together? Check the email we haven’t looked at since morning? Grade the pile of papers we collected throughout the day? Finalize our plans for...

Life Hacks for a Balanced Teacher Schedule

School has recently started for many of us and I know that it may have been a little bumpy getting started, getting into the swing of things, figuring out how to create a schedule that works for all parts of your life and sticking to those things that we want to spend our time doing for our health, well-being and happiness and those things that we feel we have to do.  If you are experiencing (or ever have experienced) this invisible, yet very real pull,...

Here’s my cautionary teacher burnout story…

Today I'm sharing a little differently. I was blessed enough to be a guest on Burned In Teacher Podcast. Through this interview, I shared my not once but twice bout of falling into the abyss of teacher burnout. These double bouts of burnout have been the impetus for Teaching Well and all the work that I aspire to do with teachers. In this Burned In Teacher Podcast episode I get very honest (perhaps the most honest I've been publicly) about my journey of burnout and back...

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