Which statement rings true for you: summer is too short OR summer is long enough?
If you’re like most of us, you probably feel as though it is way too short.
By the time you’re back in the classroom in August or September it can feel as those past two months was just enough time to catch your breath, but not enough to fully recharged and get aligned.
So how do you make the most out of your time?
Do you tackle all the stuff on your to-do list early on so you can relax later? Do you completely veg and catch up on Netflix?
Our summer plans feel differently for all of us, because we are all unique in how we restore ourselves.
If you’re coming off a chaotic teaching season into a chaotic summer, an introverted teacher can feel completely overwhelmed.
If you have nothing on your plate and your days are unstructured, an extrovert may feel completely unfulfilled.
It’s also possible for both personality extremes to overestimate what you can accomplish in this relatively small parcel of time.
Introverted and extroverted personality types may require radically different summer agendas, so keeping in mind both personalities…
Here are my top 10 tips for making summer feel restful, enjoyable & energizing —
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
– Why learning new perspectives is the quickest way to become happy
– How you can recognize the small happy moments that occur every day
– How to choose one goal you want to accomplish
– Why we need to schedule alone time, become more active and in the process, gain more energy
– What to do if you are not getting enjoyment out of what you are doing
LISTEN TO THE SHOW
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LINKS & RESOURCES
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