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Just as it was true in my last episode, it’s true here too. These 5 habits are not rocket science, not earth shattering, but they are slightly different from other tips I’ve seen because they aren’t just for teachers, and they also aren’t just...
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Today I am sharing with you three things that I am reevaluating during this back to school season. We teachers are lucky in that we really have two times throughout the year where we get a fresh start. At the new year that is the calendar year, and at the new year that is the school year.
And so I am taking this opportunity to make sure that all systems are a go, and that there’s not anything that’s dragging us down as we each...
Hi teacher-friend, I am Mandy Rice, if you don’t know me, I am the host of this podcast that I hope you’ve come to enjoy on your commute or maybe are brand-new to, and I’m glad you’re here to hear me out on this episode. So, like I said, Hi, I’m Mandy, and I am control freak. I am also a work horse, and am productivity obsessed.
Now, I’m sharing these things about myself because maybe you can relate, especially in your career and daily teacher-life, but also because I want you to know that as much as I preach streamline, reduce, fight for your own sustainability, I want you to know that when I say these things, I’m also speaking directly to myself.
Working for your own sustainability is a journey, not a destination. Meaning we will never arrive at one place where we look around and realize, “Ok, yes, my daily life is sustainable now.” I don’t know, maybe we will, but I for sure know that...