What Teachers Should Be Thinking About on Tuesday

So, you got one day under your belt. And depending on how it went, you either feel energized or deflated about the rest of the week. That’s okay and that’s normal. Tuesday is a unique day. You can’t quite see the weekend, but you know it’s there. Furthermore, you’ve got four more days to makeContinue reading “What Teachers Should Be Thinking About on Tuesday”

What Teachers Should Be Thinking About on Monday

So here we go. Another week. You got this. Today you have the opportunity to get a little momentum going. You don’t need a lot. Just enough so that you head into tomorrow, Tuesday, with a little more swag than you had the day before. It’s possible. In fact, I think it is likely ifContinue reading “What Teachers Should Be Thinking About on Monday”

What Teachers Should Be Thinking About On Sunday

The last time I checked, Sunday had the same number of hours as Saturday. And yet we often act as if the weekend is over once we wake up Sunday morning. Why? Well, that question was rhetorical because I myself have wasted many a good Sunday just worrying about Monday. It is time for usContinue reading “What Teachers Should Be Thinking About On Sunday”

What Teachers Should Be Thinking About On Saturday

Oh, the joy of Saturday. Sleeping in, college football and knowing you have another day before you go back to work, makes Saturday the favorite day of the week for most teachers. And yet, how many of us have gotten to Sunday evening and wondered where the weekend went? I for one have wasted manyContinue reading “What Teachers Should Be Thinking About On Saturday”

What Teachers Should Be Thinking About on Friday

The last bell rang and students are on their way home. It’s Friday afternoon and the weekend is almost here! Some staff members are contemplating happy hour while others just want to rest. But before you pack your bag and head to the parking lot, I want you try the following three things. Trust me,Continue reading “What Teachers Should Be Thinking About on Friday”