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    Guests

    Rebecca Daniel, Co-founder of The Teacher Wellbeing Project

    Sarah Bramall, Co-founder of The Teacher Wellbeing Project

    About This Episode

    In the show today, we explore how teachers and parents who now find themselves home schooling can look after their own wellbeing.

    We look at some of the issues and some simple ideas to make improvements even when it seems like there is just too much going on, or too much pressure from outside to be able to make a significant improvement.

    Our guests also share online resources to help teachers.

    Plus, two critical tips for parents who find themselves home schooling during COVID restrictions.

    Our host is Sian Murphy, Co-Host Laura Lawrence and a regular contributor to the show, Jackie Groundsell.

    Key Takeaway

    There are all sorts of situations where we can become overwhelmed.  Some of the circumstances might stem from societal, organizational or legislative constraints.  The reality is that whilst we may be able to influence change in the long run, that doesn’t help to improve wellbeing in the short term.

    Moving beyond what we can’t control to focus on what we can control is the only way to improve how we feel right now.

    We also get an excellent tip on how to pay more attention to our own needs; to balance the urgent things we need to do, with those that are important because they keep us healthy and give us vital energy to be effective day after day.

    Focus on what you can control now.

    Top Tips For Being in Business

    Top tips from our guests live on air...

    "Find your community"

    Rebecca Daniel

    "Find you. Find what you do best and delegate or outsource the rest. "

    Saray Brammall

    "Network because that is where you will find the support "

    Jackie Groundsell

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