Your colleagues chimed in with easy, actionable tips for sneaking fitness into your school day. Finding the time to hit the gym can be a challenge, especially when you’re a busy educator. Your days, evenings and weekends are already crammed full. And even if you can find the time, sometimes finding the energy to exercise… Read more »
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Here’s how to keep calm, focused and on track until June. Although many people think the weeks leading up to summer break are a breeze for educators, it is, in fact, one of the most stressful times of the year.
If you’re like a lot of people, you might take your heart for granted. Heart health is so important, though – after all, it’s what keeps our bodies going day after day! But it’s not necessarily noticeable unless something is wrong. That’s why each of us should take steps to improve or maintain heart health… Read more »
With each school year comes the chance to be proactive about your health. You can fight off chronic low energy, constant sniffles and stress headaches before they pull you under. In fact, not having a plan for maintaining your health while pouring passion into your profession will leave you fried by spring, says Mike Anderson,… Read more »
Staying healthy means taking care of your whole self; take a 360 degree approach to your health — body, mind and spirit! Learn some great ways to take your health 360° in this handout from NEA Healthy Futures.
Exercise can help you feel better, be healthier and live longer. Try researching the best way to exercise though, and you get hit with the latest fitness trends, conflicting information, and a general slew of viewpoints. It’s overwhelming. And, it’s possibly discouraging.
S.E.W. What? is a blog series focusing on School Employee Wellness (S.E.W.), because hands down, employees are a school’s most important resource. No matter what your role, it is essential that you take care of yourself. You’re not the only one who will benefit from caring for yourself – the students and the entire school community will too. Many… Read more »
5 tips to get back into your early morning routine. After a summer of late nights and outdoor activities, getting back into an early morning routine can be tricky, especially since most teachers are already sleep deprived. Research shows that 43% of teachers get 6 hours or less of sleep each night, far less than… Read more »