This week we're looking at how we can use mindfulness in our everyday lives to conserve our energy, improve our communication and make more positive life choices. Looking at 5 parts of every day life in which mindfulness can be easily implimented.
This week I've added an extra blog to my usual 2 week schedule because I want to talk about somethin important; The impact modern lives are having on our primitive fight and flight responses.
Lots of teachers talk to me about the toxic environments they feel they work in and this more than anything causes them to leave a job they other wise love. Here are three things you can do to help make your work environment feel more positive.
Now we're a few weeks into the new school year let's think about how we can become more resilient as teachers to support us over the next year.
We've had a long 6 weeks away from the daily activities and interactions of teaching. After the previous 18 months a lot of use started the holidays overstressed and with our wellbeing at an all time low. It's important not to start a new year feeling the same way. Here are my top 5 things I'll be doing to try and start the year right.
This is my first birthday post...less of my usual blog and more of a kind of diary entry on where I am and where I'm hoping to go in the next year.
In my previous blog I spoke about how creativity can be a selfcare tool. This is a continuation of that focusing on how creativity can support children in their mental health, resilience, and life in general.
This week is focus on accessing your inner creativity and the benefits it can have on peoples wellbeing.
Mindful practice is an amazing thing to teach our children, it can help them to regulate their emotions and have positive social interactions. With many children anxious about returning to school after a long lockdown, support in these areas is more important than ever.
The sun is shining spring is here, this week I’m talking about how gardening can support your self-care and can be a mindful activity.