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If I could ask myself how I do it all, I’d really have no answer. Isn’t that what happens to most of us? I mean, being a teacher is no easy fete and most of us do MORE than teach. Whether you’re juggling work and kids or maybe work and being an edupreneur, we all appreciate a pat on the back every now and then.
I got that pat when I was asked to complete an interview for Edupreneur Today. I always love to see women pushing through whatever to accomplish their goals. I hope you’ll head over and read about my journey and peak around the amazing website Kiana has created for people just like us!!!
8 years ago teaching a teacher, or professional development, was done just a few times a year. I can remember pre-planning, maybe 2 sessions during the year, and of course post-planning being used for professional development. As a new teacher in Special Education, this just didn’t seem like enough! I wanted someone to ask a question between training’s, someone to ask how everything works, or even just bounce ideas off of! I am not one to just give up, but there just didn’t seem to be an answer-until I found Twitter! (more…)
Invest- to use, give, or devote (time, talent, etc.), as for a purpose or to achieve something: to furnish with power, authority, rank, etc.:
According to Websters Dictionary, the word invest has multiple meanings. Some involving money, but the most poignant definitions have everything to do with you. Yes, you the person reading this! It has taken me a long time to realize just how powerful this one word is and how critical it is to my well-being, but now I want you to know why investing in yourself shouldn’t be an option.