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Holy moly! I recorded this episode in mid-January and am not publishing it until mid-February - woah! But here’s the thing, at Teach On A Mission, we are nothing but #reallife, and sometimes deadlines aren’t met and life takes over. So when you hear me say it’s mid-January, just know that I am completely wrong, but hopefully what I share still resonates with you.
In this episode we get super practical! Share this episode with a teacher who needs to hear the message that their sustainability is important and a priority!
These tips are not rocket science, but they are ones that have allowed me, as a working, teacher mom, to manage all the things in ways that are slightly automated, removes the need to think about it
Goes with the new motto I’m adopting in my life and I think all teachers should too - Think about it, plan the system to make it happen, then stop thinking about it.
Today’s episode is brought to you by the Full Focus Planner. If you’re like me, you totally geek out about planners. Especially the super colorful and organized teacher planners with the stickers and the tabs. Seriously - so cute. But as I searched and tested multiple planners, they only became more work to maintain and didn’t necessarily serve the work I was doing in my classroom.
Then I found the Full Focus Planner.
Teachers know the power in backwards planning, right? We start with where we want students to be, then we plan our lessons backwards from there. It’s just good practice. So why don’t we do the same with our goals, whether professional or personal?
Well, the Full Focus Planner allows us to do that. It also does NOT tell you absolutely everything you need to do or accomplish. Yes, you heard me right. It doesn’t put everything in your face to where you’re bogged down by the weight of it all. Instead it allows you to prioritize your tasks so that you are focusing on what’s most important right now.
To learn more about how I use my Full Focus Planner and how it can help you get a hold of your unsustainable to-do list, head over to Teachonamission.com/planner.
Now, let’s get back to the episode.