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How teachers can make time for self care

What is the first thing that goes out the window when you are totally absorbed in your work? That’s right… self care. I think that’s something we are all guilty of and when you look at the situation objectively you realise that it doesn’t make any sense whatsoever. How can

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What Are The Winter Blues? And Why They Are Different To S.A.D

I hate the winter!! The nights are drawing in, the days shortening, the mornings are gloomy, the days greyer, the temperatures dropping, and the sun lowering in the sky. This means one thing: in your school some people’s moods start to lower. At one end of the continuum some will

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Beat the S.A.D. and enjoy excellent mental health this Winter

For the past 3 years or so mental health has been queen on social media. I think that raising awareness of mental health issues is great to dispel the myth that it’s something to be ashamed of. Our minds live inside our bodies so, just as it’s not shameful to

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What Is Stress? Find Out Our View On It

What is stress? Stress is a word that’s thrown around an awful lot but what exactly is it? I’ve been involved in trying to help people enjoy their teaching more for many years and enjoyed many discussions focused on trying to understand this word. Needless to say, there are an

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What stress does to your body, mind and spirit

One of the biggest parts of the work I do my fitness clients is identifying situations in their lifestyle that cause them to become stressed. We all have triggers and once we have identified them we can deal with them. Although I won’t go into fat loss strategies in this

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Teachers want to unlock extra energy?

We all know how it feels to get to Monday morning and wish the weekend was an extra day longer. As teachers there is always more to do and unexpected extra tasks that can crop up on a daily basis. When we feel tired, sluggish and overwhelmed it can feel

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