Preventing teacher burnout one teacher at a time
Look, you are a GREAT teacher. An AMAZING teacher. And it's okay to feel a little burnt out now and then. My guess is that you just need a little help in figuring out how to take back your time and energy. In fact, you probably already know what you need to do. I am just here to guide you and wildly cheer you on. I have a passion for supporting teachers and want to share the
strategies I have used to take back my teaching career and my mental health. I won't paint some rosy picture and tell you it's going to be easy. But it will definitely be worth it. So if you want to see what's on the other side of teacher anxiety, check out the options below. I can't wait to see the transformation that awaits you. Let's do it!
Take Back Your Weekend
Take Back Your Sundays
Your results are back. You have a case of the #SundayScaries.
hiding under the covers
telling your Sunday football friends to use their 'level 2 voices'
multi-tasking Sunday dinner with grading papers
But don't worry! #sundayscaries are treatable.
In addition to a good nights rest and a well balanced meal, treatment includes joining the free mini-course 'Take Back Your Sundays'.
Take Back Your Inspiration
From Burned Out to Inspired
Your 3 week program that guides you in focusing on strategies for yourself, strategies for your classroom and strategies to find your joy again.
Are you ready to let go of some things? Spend time focusing on what really matters and what can move the needle on your mental health? And find your people and inspiration on the webs?
I'm giving you all the tools so that you can start your transformation now!
Take Back Your Teaching Career
There is no doubt about it, you are an AMAZING teacher. You somehow manage to hold a ridiculous amount of information to recall at a given moment. Reading level? Behavior plan? Lunch account balance? Recess back up plan? Specials schedule? You got it!
You also know that there are things you could be doing to keep your mental energy up to deal with all of this. But who has time to figure it out?
Let your mentor take that on, and reap the benefits of investing in your career.