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Some days you need to leave the lesson plans and meetings behind and tend to your personal needs. You spend anywhere from seven to eight hours inside a school each day teaching, meeting, planning, and correcting children. You’re making quick on the fly decisions and adjustments, it’s no wonder you are exhausted by days end. So don’t extend your day unnecessarily. Take a break. Reset you core and breathe.


It’s okay to be very detailed in your classroom but try to avoid burning yourself out. So to beat the burnout
1️⃣Join a book club or plan a girls trip
2️⃣Pick up a hobby-planning, scrapbooking, tennis
3️⃣ Remember that you are more than just a teacher… you must have an active LIFE outside of school.


Your teacher self-care is essential to you doing your job effectively. We not battling mommy guilt and teacher guilt at the same time so take some time to yourself. You DESERVE it.


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Tip Tuesday

Listen teacher moms… you have a whole life outside of the classroom so some days it’s going to take a little more effort. I mean let’s be honest, good teachers obsess about observations because they want everything to go perfect: students engaged and on task, even transitions from task to task and a positive learning environment.


We spend countless hours planning engaging lessons because we want leave a lasting impression. Then on the day of observation nothing goes as planned. On the flip side of this is that good administrators understand which is why they randomly visit your classroom to catch you on your “good days”.


So here are more tips on surviving:
1️⃣Being observed comes with the profession. At times you will have multilevel leadership in your room, It happens.
2️⃣Show your students that you are human; you don’t have all the answers. Sometimes you’ll learn from them.
3️⃣Some days you just won’t feel like teaching, and that’s okay. Nobody’s perfect‼️

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Troubles Don’t Last Always

When I separated from my first husband, that was the worst pain I had ever experienced in my life. I was withdrawn, irritable, and when I wasn’t at work I slept a lot. I’d make a pallet on the floor each Friday because my work week was over, full of snacks in the living room and pile on the sofa. My sons were in reach so if they needed me they’d just poke me in the face. At that time they were four and two years old.

I cried so much during that time and my life, plans, stability was in question. I suffered alone not trusting people around me because everyone was speculating and not understanding. Even my husband at the time took my erratic emotions for a joke and said I only carried on like that while talking to him. But my oldest had a parent/teacher conference and said that he told her that “my mom cries a lot at night.”

That feeling that I had, I never wanted to feel again but it was enough to pull myself together. Verbal abuse…emotional abuse tears you apart like no other and even when you put your life back together, the triggers and scars are there.

It takes time and I’m still healing. I’m recognizable but I put my pieces back together differently. I have my bouts of situational depression. But I also pray my way through it.

If you can’t be kind, be quiet. EVERYBODY is fighting a silent battle, even with smiles on our faces. When bad news hits close to home, it’s impossible to overlook it and not remember your tough times. I’m so glad troubles don’t last always.

XOXO

You Inspire People…Trust Me

Crazily there are people in this world that want to see you fall. In fact they are counting on it. It is up to you to show them what you’re made of. It’s not easy being a mom trying to keep it all together with tears in your eyes. It’s tough being an author when you’re independent and just out here trusting God. It’s equally difficult being a teacher and pursuing your dreams and you keep trying until you find your groove.


So being a business owner or entrepreneur or whatever you call yourself just make it happen. You have an unofficial fan club that’s watching your every move. Wave 👋🏽 at them through your content and keep shining.


You inspire people that pretend not to see you. Trust Me!

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So I Did A Thing…Official Launch

PSB2 Publishing and Writing Services is an extension of @drlatilyarashon brand as an author and writer. The name is attributed to owner’s sons (Phillip Steven and Preston Sahir Bird). She desires to leave a legacy for them to hold in high esteem as she works hard to build the company and her authentic brand.
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PSB2 Publishing and Writing Services is the umbrella for

(1) Closer to Purpose Than You Think

(2) 12 Ways To Survive Your First Year Of Teaching

(3) My Fourth Year In Middle School: The Truth About Teaching .

It seems impossible until it’s done. So now I’m expanding my talents and ready help where I’m needed.
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Work With Me And You’ll Get:

-One on one feedback/advice

-Effective editing and revising

-Polished writing ready for submission.


Email me psb2publishing@gmail.com or follow me on IG at @psb2writingservices.

Let’s Get To Work!

Freedom Friday

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Some things are free!

But businesses costs! The right people will find you and I’m thankful for the teacher moms that support me.

Goals and Methods

Be stubborn about your goals but be flexible about your methods. It’s not a race and one day you will reach your destination. I have launched and failed but I haven’t been deterred. It’s a process and your time is coming. Keep the faith, it’s going to happen.

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(1) Closer to Purpose Than You Think (goal setting)
(2) 12 Ways To Survive Your First Year Of Teaching (teacher focused)
(3) My Fourth Year In Middle School (teacher focused)