Browsing All posts tagged under »Personal Development«

Mindful Eating #4: One Year Later

July 5, 2019

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In my last post about my journey to a healthy weight, I said: “Going forward, I’m going to try to continue to lose 1-2 pounds per week. I’m weighing myself every other week now. My goal weight seems about 9-12 weeks away. I’m going to be firm but gentle with myself, and I’m going to […]

I Got A Round Tu-it!

June 19, 2019

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I am enjoying having the time to get to a lot of projects that would get done, “when I get around to it,” and that time has come! Along with gardening and other yard work, I’ve been getting around to making my drum station more user-friendly. I’m delighted with the way a few nails and […]

say good-bye, ms. eddy

June 10, 2019

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10 June 2019 Tomorrow’s the day when my students will take their final final exams and my colleagues will finish their grading, then clean and organize their classrooms for summer break. It’s the end of the school year! Woohoo! For me, though, it’s a different kind of ending. It’s the end of my 25th year […]

Mindful Eating Pt. 3: Six-Months Later

January 12, 2019

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My six-month results are good, and I've done nothing at all drastic, in terms of eating or exercising.

Saying “NO!” to Dehumanization With Face-to-Face Conversation

November 3, 2018

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Lately, I have been feeling a vague angst over the way that tech giants have taken over education in ways that harm students and society. A question has lurked in the shadows of my consciousness. What can I, a classroom teacher, do in the face of this Grendel? How can I slay this monster? I […]

Mindfulness & the Self-Care Toolbox

October 20, 2018

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We're doing this so we can calm down and learn better.

When Helping Students Helps the Teacher: Mindfulness for Teachers

October 8, 2018

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Hello, friends. In my last post, I interviewed a friend and colleague from the Eastern Michigan Writing Project Teacher Research group, Kris Gedeon. In today’s post, I’d like to introduce you to another colleague from the group: Beth Shaum. Beth has used mindfulness practices in the classroom, but also, she has found that mindfulness practices […]

Mindfulness for Teachers: An Interview with Kris Gedeon

September 30, 2018

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For four years now, I’ve been teaching mindfulness meditation and other self-care practices to my high school students. As a teacher researcher, I’ve shared my story and my research with colleagues at our regular, monthly meetings of the Eastern MI Writing Project Teacher Research group, and in professional development workshops for educators at Inside Out […]

Mindful Eating

August 6, 2018

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“Training your mind to be in the present moment is the #1 key to making healthier choices.” – Susan Albers A couple of years ago, my doctor suggested that I lose some weight. My sister, my cousin, and I commiserated at the family picnic that August, as we had all received the same message, like […]

Self-Care & Self-Improvement

July 2, 2018

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