There comes a time in your career when you need a respite in order to keep going, as if you are running a marathon and need a quick water or walk break. Too often the education profession loses great teachers because they do not get the respite they require to continue on in this career. Tune in to hear 4 tips to recharge your batteries so that you can continue using your talent to impact students for many years to come!
- By giving ourselves permission to be spontaneous we are allowing our bodies to recoup, lessening anxiety and stress, and giving us a boost of energy and happiness
- There will come a day where rest just won’t cut it.
- You are not less of an educator because you need a break
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