Embrace the paradox of self-acceptance and striving, and find a balance that works for you. Remember, it's okay to be both content and ambitious. #education #fitness #goals #goalsetting #trending #love
Five Secrets to a Long Life
In order to optimize our physical and mental health, it is important to prioritize five essentials, according to Andrew Huberman, a neuroscientist and professor at Stanford University. Read on to learn more!
Calibrating Your Compass
Photo by Valentin Antonucci on Pexels.com It's easy to get caught up in the daily grind and forget about our long-term goals and aspirations. But if we want to live a fulfilling life, it's important to regularly check in with ourselves and ask the big questions: Where do we want to be? Where are we … Continue reading Calibrating Your Compass
When You’re Feeling Lost…
In our busy lives, it's easy to forget the importance of our life force - the energy that drives us forward and motivates us to live our lives to the fullest. But the truth is, our life force is made up of three essential components: our relationship with our body, our relationship with others, and our relationship with ourselves. #goals #success #education #lifeforce
Is there an Antidote to Burnout?
Invest in yourself today and discover how to thrive in your profession without burning out. With the knowledge and tools from this course, you can be remarkable while maintaining a deep sense of wellness, worthiness, and wholeheartedness. Don't wait to start a new chapter in your career - enroll now! #education #burnout #firedup
World Kindness Day Giveaway #smallactbigimpact
I don't know about you, but I think if ever there was a time for a little extra kindness, this is IT! Kindness boosts our connection to one another, helps soothe our anxiety, and brings about a sense of psychological safety. Let's mobilize kindness and make a big impact, together, one small act at a time!
Ep. 89: How to be “Teacher of the Year” (With Kayla Dornfeld)
Kayla Dornfeld is the 2019 North Dakota Teacher of the Year, and Mrs. West Fargo International. Kayla is a two-time (2017 and 2018) Global Hundred honoree, recognizing her as 1 of the top 100 innovative educators in the world. The New York Times named her "one of the tech-savviest teachers in the United States". She has … Continue reading Ep. 89: How to be “Teacher of the Year” (With Kayla Dornfeld)
21-Days of (Physically-Distanced) Kindness
As we make preparations to move back into the classroom in British Columbia, tensions are high and people across sectors are scrambling to accommodate back-to-work orders in a physically-distanced, Covid-pandemic era. I've been scouring the internet for ideas that will enable me to continue supporting my students' online learning and Social Emotional Learning, while attempting … Continue reading 21-Days of (Physically-Distanced) Kindness
Marble-Jar Trust (Brené Brown)
When starting up the year, I often refer to Dr. Brené Brown's brilliant concept of the Marble Jar. Imagine that the trust in each of the relationships in your life is represented by a marble jar. At it's core, Brené (yes, like most humans my age, I would like to imagine that we are on a first-name … Continue reading Marble-Jar Trust (Brené Brown)
Commit or Quit?
There are four statements that super-entrepreneurs, Chase Jarvis and Chris Guillibeau suggest you should consider before you commit or quit a current endeavour. Quite often, we're scared of quitting...of being branded as non-committal, of giving up before the getting is good. It turns out that quitting is important. Our resources (time, money, attention) are often … Continue reading Commit or Quit?