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Freebies for You

You can’t pour from an empty vessel, so get these 10 simple, research-based strategies to serve as quick daily reminders to help avoid and reverse burnout!

At times, all of us get overwhelmed or stressed-it's just a part of life. Get this e-book with 24 strategies you can implement with little effort to calm and center to show up as your best-self!

10 Ways to Beat the Burnout

e-book: 24 Ways to Find Calm in Your Busy World

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Break Time
Monthly Subscription

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. Once the initial feelings of inspiration wear off, you need a practice of consistent integration for any kind of transformation.

The monthly Break Time subscription will provide you with tips, strategies, and self-regulation practices as well as group coaching, so you can be intentional with your time to create lasting results. The most generous thing you can do is take care of yourself. I have designed this as a way to help you become your #1 priority. 


my podcast

Take Notes

Here we move education in new directions by exploring the intersection between education and the social sciences. Guests include experts in the fields of neuroscience, marketing, psychology, economics, innovation, creativity, advertising and of course, outstanding educators.


with Jen Rafferty


my book

A Place in the Staff:

Teaching is a long journey of constant growth. The first few years of your career can feel like trial by fire, but it’s what happens afterwards that separates the mediocre teachers from the great ones. You’ve got what it takes to be the teacher you want to be, and A Place in the Staff will give you tools to help navigate through the challenges that come your way.

Jen will guide you through understanding your students and school culture, explore music advocacy, share resources about getting equipment, and remind you to take care of yourself. The workbook sections provide spaces to brainstorm ideas or capture moments of inspiration. These will become helpful as you continue to find your way as a music teacher.


by Jen Rafferty

Finding Your Way as a Music Teacher

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