$10.00 incl tax

Self-Care Smarter, Not Harder

Her message that teachers need to make themselves a priority and practice self-care is one that needs to be heard.” — Robert Dunlop, Educator, Speaker and Author,  S.T.R.I.V.E. for Happiness in Education

A short, easily assimilated guide to teacher self care. The book contains a host of practical tips, looking both at what schools can do and how teachers can look after themselves better physically, and make vital changes to their mindset.” — Rachael Roberts, teacher, trainer, life-coach and author of 30 Ways to Mindfulness 

Practical, to the point, and easy to read, this book is full of ways anyone can reevaluate their life balance and manage their day-to-day wellbeing” — Ruth Pearce, Author, Speaker, Transformational Leader, Project Manager at VIA Institute on Character 

Compelling and practical, Patrice provides teachers with actionable self-care strategies for right now, no matter how busy or overwhelmed you might be. Giving yourself permission is the hard part. Consider this your permission! Once you do, it only gets easier create time for yourself so you’re a happier, healthier, and more engaging teacher.” — Annemarie, Founder of Speak Confident English

On sale wherever you buy books, including:

Buy at Amazon
The world’s largest bookstore

Free Shipping to Most Countries in the World

Free International Shipping

Shop your local independent bookstore!
Browse thousands of bookstores all at once!

Or buy direct from us below.

In stock

Additional information

Weight 4.1 oz
Dimensions 9 × 6 × .2 in
Format

ISBN

978-1-948492-31-7

Pages

64 pages

Size

6 x 9 inches

Writer

Publication Date

15 Oct 2019

Series

Reviews and Feedback

Compelling and practical, Patrice provides teachers with actionable self-care strategies for right now, no matter how busy or overwhelmed you might be. Giving yourself permission is the hard part. Consider this your permission! Once you do, it only gets easier create time for yourself so you’re a happier, healthier, and more engaging teacher. — Annemarie, Founder of Speak Confident English

“A concise part-objective, part-personal book that is written from both the head and heart”
— Professor Nancy Van Dorp, Sheridan College

The Self Care Manual provides an easy to follow manual, real life practices that do no ads to an already full work load.  I look forward to using and sharing the information from Patrice’s book.”
— Kim Cooper, teacher

“Practical, to the point and easy to read, this book is full of ways that anyone can reevaluate their life balance and manage their day to day well-being.”
Ruth Pearce, Author and Trainer

“A great resource for all educators. She did an amazing job interweaving her personal journey in education with relevant research in the field of positive psychology. In addition, this book gives actionable ideas, strategies and exercises, as well as, reflective questioning that will help teachers navigate aspects of the profession that can lead to burnout. Her message that teachers need to make themselves a priority and practice self-care is one that needs to be heard.” — Robert Dunlop, Educator, Speaker and Author,  S.T.R.I.V.E. for Happiness in Education

Downloads and Resources

Where's Patrice?

Come here Patrice Palmer speak at any of the following teacher conferences and workshops:

2020

Teacher Self-Care Conference Houston, (Jan): Presenter -“Teacher self-care is a thing?”

Teacher Self-Care Conference St. Louis, (April): Presenter -“Teacher self-care is a thing?”

TESL Atlantic Conference – Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada (May): Plenary Speaker

4th Annual Teacher Self-Care Conference Atlanta, Georgia (June): Presenter -“Teacher Self-care is a thing?”

2019

Teacher Self-Care Conference Philadelphia, (Oct): Presenter – “Teacher self-care is a thing?”

TEAM – TESL Manitoba Conference Winnipeg, (Oct): Presenter – “Teacher self-care is a thing?”

ORTESOL, Portland, Oregon (Nov):  Keynote Speaker – “Teacher self-care is a thing?”

Centre for Education and Training, Ontario, Canada webinar: (Dec): Self-care Smarter, Not Harder

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *