Life as an educator has the potential to be a little hectic when you aren’t equipped with the right tools to organize and balance all of your obligations. You not only have to be responsible for your students but you also have to manage your life outside of the classroom. So it is easy to get lost in your to-do list and lose control of one part of your life when you become focused on another.
Andrea Bennett posted, “Teachers, Organize Your Life” at The Responsibility Project that focuses on helping teachers establish and maintain organization. Bennett provides answers to frequently asked questions and starts the conversation about what it takes to create balance for educators–or anyone else who is responsible for managing little (or big) people at work.
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Elizabeth Grace Saunders is a time coach & professional speaker who helps men and women who are overwhelmed and frustrated because they want to achieve a life of peace and productivity but are struggling to make it happen.
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