Time and time again, I hear from educators that they attend workshops and PD sessions, learn great strategies, but only seem to make it a few weeks before slipping back into old habits that leave them exhausted and burned out. The days are long, the demands from home and school are never-ending, and there never seems to be enough time left for yourself. If you did take the "me" time you needed, it would be considered selfish.
BUT...what if I told you making yourself a priority is the ONLY WAY to make your career sustainable? It's time to let go of the belief that you have to "suck it up", and keep doing what you've always done. Once you start to show up for yourself, you will be able to live with more work/life harmony, and make the impact you want to make in your classroom and at home.
The monthly Break Time subscription will provide you with tips, strategies, accountability, and self-regulation practices, as well as group coaching, so you can be intentional with your time and priorities. You get to create lasting change and results when you realize the most generous thing you can do for others is take care of yourself!
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Bi-monthly videos of self-regulation strategies for immediate integration into your day.
Monthly group coaching calls with a growing community of Empowered Educators (held the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm EST).
Tips, insights, and strategies delivered right to your inbox twice each month.
Your Investment --> $24/month
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– ERIN, Professional Learning and Innovation, Broome-Tioga Boces
“Jen is a passionate educator who has the ability to draw out other educators’ strengths, efficacy, and internal motivation. She helps teachers reflect on their why and inspires them to use that in order to grow their practice and increase student success.”
– DANA, NYC TEACHER AND EDUCATION ENTREPRENEUR
“Jen’s connection, intuition, and accessibility reiterates the power of listening to learn. For anyone itching to stretch and become the educator in their vision.”
– Sarah P., New York
“As a veteran teacher I had been giving in to negativity and cynicism. This class woke me up to the choices I can make to enjoy being a teacher and a human - despite the struggles. It pushed me to think about how I think and to focus on what is important - in the classroom and in life. Full of insights and renewal.”