It’s the last week of December, are you all set for 2023 yet? If not teachers, here are 5 things to get you ready for 2023 – teacher edition! Summarize Your Wins of the Year – Big and Small! As we near the end of the semester it’s natural to summarize the year and start… Continue reading Teachers, How to Get Ready for 2023
Category: Work-life balance
Is Tracking Habits Always a Good Thing?
Knowing your own habits is a good start if you find yourself wishing to improve in certain areas of your life. Habit tracking can be one way of doing this and can be done in different ways, but is habit tracking always a good thing? What Is Habit Tracking and Why Should You Do It?… Continue reading Is Tracking Habits Always a Good Thing?
To Celebrate or Not Celebrate, That Is the Question
It’s starting to get late, and as I write this on August 6th I’m officially two days away from my 38th birthday. This is where my mind, again, goes down the road of: To celebrate or not celebrate, that is the question. A few years ago, coming up on 10 years soon, I had a… Continue reading To Celebrate or Not Celebrate, That Is the Question
Why Tracking Habits Is Good for You
Do you know what a habit tracker is? Simply put: it is a way to see things that you do on a regular basis that you may or may not think about. Why should you track your habits? Why is tracking habits good for you? Well, there could be several reasons for you to track… Continue reading Why Tracking Habits Is Good for You
How To Avoid Burnout When Using Remote Learning?
Last semester I had to start using remote learning. I work as a language teacher in upper secondary high school. I thought some parts were easier for me than for my colleagues teaching vocational subjects. However, there were other things that I didn’t know. One thing was how we were affected by the change in… Continue reading How To Avoid Burnout When Using Remote Learning?
The Blog Post I Shouldn’t Even Be Writing
Procrastination…I shouldn’t even be writing this blog post. No really, I should work on publishing a different one right now – but I don’t! And the simple reason is this: procrastination. The post that was planned, was aimed at something that is very soon to be a part of my everyday life again: lesson planning.… Continue reading The Blog Post I Shouldn’t Even Be Writing
Why Taking Some Time off Benefits Both You and Your Students
Have caught yourself thinking ”I don’t have time to relax and do something else, I have so much work to do”? I know I have, numerous times. When you feel this busy is exactly when you would benefit most from taking a step back and recharge. We live in a world of information. Taking time… Continue reading Why Taking Some Time off Benefits Both You and Your Students