A podcast discussing the mental and physical health of students and educators around the world.
Nutrition: Sarah Gleason and Jess Arico on Changing the Narrative Around New Years Resolutions
The New Year seems to have this invisible notion surrounding it as THE day to make any changes in our lives; almost as if it's the only day. This time of New Year’s Resolution typically comes with an onslaught of shiny “new” diets and “new” fitness fads. Think back to a time that you made a New Year’s Resolution surrounding health and fitness. Was it successful? Are you still reaping the benefits of that one resolution? If it was successful and you are still seeing benefits, great! Unfortunately, these results are not the norm and many of us tend to give up on the resolutions and find ourselves defeated. So, let’s change the thinking around New Year’s Resolutions surrounding health and fitness and make more sustainable changes that don’t negatively affect our psyche along with our physical health.
Sarah Gleason, Eating Disorder Registered Dietician, talked with Advocate this week about how we can reframe this perspective. Because nutrition and our bodies are not a black and white subject, we need to give ourselves a little more grace when it comes to the rigidity of what we want.
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Educator Talks: Embrace a Spartan Lifestyle
Embrace the Spartan lifestyle of always training and making yourself better.
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Humans of Education: Elisabeth Bostwick on Purpose, Joy, Habits, Empowering Others and Health.
Honored to share this powerful episode with another great human. Elisabeth brings a passion for education and impact that is rarely equaled.
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Advocate Educator Talks: Leaning Into Your Gratitude Practice
Gratitude is the one daily practice I think you must have in 2022. The mental and emotional benefits are endless.
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Humans of Education: Weston Kieschnick on Impact in Your Community, Taking Care of Educators Financially, Student Mental Health, and Failure
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Advocate Educator Talks: Be Consistently Good
"It is better to be consistently good than to be occasionally great." -Jeff Cunningham
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