This article is dedicated to all the Mums, Dads and Teachers out there. You know who you are!
Well, it’s that time of the year again.Time for parents to trawl through shop after shop looking for everything on the school list, while their kids fall in love with the most expensive pens in the store (Look Mum! It talks! Can I pleaaase get one??
Watching all this stationery replenishment has got me thinking about how the way we prepare our kids for school could hold the secret to keeping ourselves healthy. Think about it. Just as a kindergarten teacher is responsible for a class of students, we have a physical body that needs our help to keep going.
We live in a world where preparation equals success. As the head of the class, it’s your job to ensure that everything runs smoothly. If you don’t give your students enough to do, or if you run out of pens and pencils, then you are setting yourself up for chaos later on.
Imagine that your heart, lungs and digestive system are your students and the pens and pencils are your basic needs like oxygen, food, water and rest. When we deprive ourselves of any of these things, our organs are like kids fighting for the same piece of paper…you just know it’s going to end in tears.
So what can we do to run a smoother ‘kindy class’ i.e. keep our bodies content and doodling in class?
Here are some suggestions…
- The more consistent you are with your body, the more reliable your energy levels will be. Some people can power through a day, while others need lots of breaks…the main thing is to create a routine that helps to build your health up over time.
- Plan ahead. Don’t let the class ‘run out of pens and pencils’. It’s ok to skip a meal or gym class once in a while but prolonged neglect will lead to ‘grumpy students’, i.e. health complaints.
- If your body is behaving erratically, then you need to re-establish its trust in you. A teacher who doesn’t deal with a disruptive student will gradually lose the respect of their class. In the same way if you have been ignoring your health for a while, it could be time for some pampering or checkups to get your body back on side.
- Talk to your body regularly so things don’t build up. Just taking a few deep breaths and asking “How am I going?” is enough to keep the lines of communication open.
- Finally it’s all about having fun together. Just like an eager student, your body thrives in an environment that balances routine with variety. Consider trying a new food, workout or way of thinking this week to nourish the child inside of you.In my experience, the happier you keep your student and physical body the more time and energy you have to devote to the REAL reason you’re in life’s classroom, which is to teach and learn as much about LOVE as possible. Happy back to school week!
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This is a good article . Usually, when school season is imminent, it’s parents and students who are usually the recipients of tips on how to start right. But this is a good post for teachers who might have neglected themselves for the students.
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