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10 ideas to help teachers rejuvenate this summer
Teaching is ranked as one of the most stressful jobs in the world, which is why summer vacation is a well-deserved, hard-earned break. You don’t have to visit an expensive spa or travel to Europe to get rejuvenated before returning to school in the fall. With summer just around the corner, here are ten inexpensive ways to recharge so you can be energized, de-stressed, and ready for a great year ahead when school starts again.
1. Try something new.Immersing yourself in learning something you’re interested in is a great way to reduce stress, increase creativity, and build confidence in yourself. You might try learning a new language, taking up cooking or
Resiliency in the News
Runners respond to Boston tragedy with resilience:
SALT LAKE CITY — We didn’t need to exchange words. I grinned at his race shirt, pulled over a dress shirt and tie, and he smiled at mine, worn with a skirt and heels.
In the wake of Monday’s deadly explosions near the finish line of the iconic Boston Marathon, most of the runners I know did what runners do best — they kept moving forward.
They wore race shirts in solidarity. They planned vigils, mapped out memorial runs, discussed fundraisers, signed up for races and just laced up their shoes to run a few miles for people whose lives were forever altered by a horrific act of cowardice.