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Follow these healthy tips to offset the effects of long hours in the classroom and at your desk.
It takes just 30 days to reach a self-improvement goal.
Use one of these self-improvement methods to hone your skills.
Avoid teacher burnout and stay strong with these tips.
Don't wait for burnout to catch up with you — stay proactive.
Teach your students coping skills during the stressful college application period.
Minimize your students' anxiety during the college application period.
Be an advocate of exercise and watch how it improves your students' results in the classroom.
Exercise improves learning and mental health in all students.
Improving your health is a matter of making smarter choices.
There are viable ways to get healthier, even if you don't have much time or money.
Don't let the negativity from other teachers impact you and spread into your classroom
Negativity from other teachers in your school can be as infectious as the flu.
Teachers, don't let your frazzled minds fizzle out now.
Counting down the days until the next break? Recharge now with these tips.
Do you know which 10 areas are likeliest to accumulate germs in a school?
Now that you're out of the classroom, here are some tips on how you can take some time for yourself.