Here’s all my best articles on self care for teachers, all in one handy place!
When you’re a teacher, you’re part of the helping profession, and as such your main focus is often making sure that other people’s needs are met.
But you have needs too, and without taking care of them your ability to bring your best self to your job – heck your whole LIFE – is compromised.
So to make things easier for you, here you’ll find all my best articles on self care for teachers, so you can quickly find what meets the needs you have today.
Self care for teachers
Teachers spend their days taking care of others - so much so that sometimes they don't take good care of themselves.
Here's teacher self care tips focused on taking care of your body, mind and soul.
Teaching mantras are one way of bringing calm, focus and positivity into both your classroom and your life.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed and burned out and like everything you’re doing is for the benefit of everyone but you, then here’s how to create a self care plan for teachers.
Got too much on your plate? Rather than try cram more into your already busy day, here’s how to create a stop doing list so you can do less to get more.
Whether you think you can or you can’t – you’re right. A growth mindset can make you a better teacher and person. Here’s how to develop a growth mindset.
One of the most common teaching challenges is knowing how to switch off from work. Here’s how to leave work at work: teacher edition.
While we’re becoming increasingly aware of the importance of self care in our daily lives, it’s not always true to say that that knowledge is carried over to the workplace. These tips for practicing self care at work are positive, proactive places to start.
Practicing mindfulness for teachers is one way of improving your physical and mental wellbeing. It can make you calmer and less reactive in the classroom and help you to enjoy your job – and your life – more.
Feeling like you need a boost of morale, or even just to feel calmer and more confident about your work in the classroom? These affirmations for teachers are here for you, because you are enough!
This self care challenge for teachers helps you put yourself first – making you happier and more effective in the classroom and in life outside school.
These teacher self care quotes remind you to put your own oxygen mask first.
Tired all the time? Grumpy with everyone and everything? Improving your sleep is the first step in self care – so here’s some top tips to sleep better tonight – tested by teachers!
By understanding and measuring yourself against these tips for teacher wellness, you’ll be better equipped to handle what life throws at you in and out of the classroom.
By following these simple steps, you’ll know what to do on a sick day: one which focuses on self-care, yet appeals to that need for task completion, and even allows for some long-term planning!
Here’s how to develop a clear system that tells you what to do when you feel overwhelmed so you can reduce your stress and ensure you get busy doing the tasks that matter (not binge watching shows on Netflix!).
Teacher self care is so very necessary – now more than ever.
Take care of yourself today with these articles on self care for teachers.
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