Creating Rituals that Feed Your Soul

Creating Rituals that Feed Your Soul

This activity accompanies the daily “Organizing Time to Bring More Joy” worksheet. Instead of listing the practical, necessary tasks for each day, you will explore various areas of life upon which to build soul-fueling rituals. You’ll have space to...
Organizing Time to Bring More Joy

Organizing Time to Bring More Joy

And while each day always requires flexibility, when you start the day with clear goals, the odds of getting your priorities completed is much higher. You can ensure you’re making time for self-care, taking enough breaks, optimizing your time, and getting the...
Self Care: 25 Things I Love to Do

Self Care: 25 Things I Love to Do

In this simple worksheet, you’re invited to list all the things you love to do and notice what’s changed in how frequently you pursue them. If you’re stopped doing some activities, explore why. This pause for reflection encourages you to shift some...
Activities to Reduce Student Anxiety

Activities to Reduce Student Anxiety

For many students, especially your kinetic learners, the following hands-on activities will help them deal with any anxiety or stress. These coping activities will help them develop resilience that will serve them well their entire life. Make Worry Dolls Get pipe...
A Framework to Prepare Students for At-Home Learning

A Framework to Prepare Students for At-Home Learning

We want to help students leave begin this unusual experience of being homebound with the best outlook possible.  As adults in their world, we have all kinds of concerns.  Some of our students depend on food from school.  Some have parents who will be frustrated,...
Prompt: Taking Protective Actions

Prompt: Taking Protective Actions

At any age, we feel better when we can have some sense of control.  This exercise is focused on helping students identify what they can control, which build resilience and reduces anxiety. 1. Prompt There is lots on the news about Covid-19, so we will spend a...