3 Things Teachers Are Allowed To Do (That Will Help with Your Mental Health)
Teacher boundaries and mental health are so important. How often do you wish you could just take something off your plate, or you could leave work without feeling guilty about everything that has to get done?
There’s no doubt that teachers have a lot to do and not a ton of time to do it in. It can lead to feelings of stress and overwhelm. But what if I told you there are things you CAN do, things you’re ALLOWED to do, that will help you let go of some of that stress and actually impact your mental health in a positive way?
In This Episode About Teacher Boundaries and Time Management Strategies, You’ll Learn:
The importance of being proactive (and I’ll share a personal story about putting too much pressure on myself)
How to take some things off you’re plate
The boundary that will help you work a schedule you’re happy with
A common misconception that’s causing you to work more than necessary
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