|at Two Writing Teachers!|
You craft amazing lessons. You love your students and inspire them to grow in incredible ways.
You learn from your colleagues and they learn from you. And you become friends with them!
You read teaching books. You read young-adult and children's books to share with your students. You blog. You tweet. You write for your students. And sometimes, you even read and write just for yourselves!
AND you have lives! You go on walks. You go on bike rides. You go on trips. You play with dogs. You take care of children. You exercise. You cook.
I assume that you also sleep at some point.
Just one question: HOW?
There are not enough hours in the day. Right now, I go to school when it's dark and come home 11 hours later, when it's getting dark again. Sometimes, I do more work when I get home. Then I go to bed. (A reasonable amount of sleep is non-negotiable for me. Maybe that's my problem?)
I know: I have 3 new preps in a new subject at a new school with a new age level. It will get better.
But I could use a dose of your super-ness. Any tips?