Lessons from Bluey

Jason LimBlog, Reflect Better, Teach Happier

TL;DR: This post shares lessons learned from Bluey, the Disney TV show. The Tao of Bluey is reflected upon. Failure will always be with us.  It is what makes us the person that we are today. Remember that the show must go on! Lessons from Bluey Hello everyone.  Here is a quick question.  Have you all ever seen the show … Read More

Confidence: The How and Why

Christine Ravesi-WeinsteinBlog, Teach Happier

TL;DR: The pandemic has caused many veteran teachers to feel like they are experiencing their first year all over again. Confidence soars when you are prepared and when you surround yourself with people who create a safe space for you to take risks. Risk-taking and asking for help will lead to gaining the confidence you seek. We’ve all heard the phrase, “fake … Read More

Eliminating Imposter Syndrome in School Leadership

Latrese YoungerBlog, Self Care Better, Teach Happier

TL;DR: Imposter syndrome refers to when we unconsciously sabotage ourselves as we allow negative thoughts to take the front seat in our minds.  Overcome the imposter syndrome by stopping and reflecting on your uniqueness. Perfection is Futile Don’t expect perfection! No one is able to do everything. It’s just outright exhausting. Furthermore, it’s a waste of perfectly good productivity as … Read More

The Power of Saying “No”

Christine Ravesi-WeinsteinBlog, Innovate Better, Lead Better, Self Care Better, Survival

TL;DR: Learning to say “No” as a self-care strategy Engaging in positive communication with others The COVID-19 pandemic has tested us all. From students, to teachers, to administrators, to district leaders and families, we’ve all faced challenges we never thought we would see. As educators, it’s our nature to always put the needs of others first. It’s why we got … Read More