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10 Tips for Enjoying the Holiday

10 Tips for Enjoying the Holiday

1. Rediscover the meaning of the holiday for you personally and decide to celebrate in a way that works for you.
2. Be patient with yourself and do the best you can. There is no perfect holiday, but there are fun ones, meaningful ones, joyful ones, quiet ones.
3. Do what works for you. If you love to decorate, bake, and host the relatives - yay! Enjoy! If you like to curl up with fluffy socks and a mug of hot chocolate all by yourself, that is okay too.
4. Be willing to say no. It's okay if you don't go to every event or can't bake Christmas cookies for your school potluck.
5. Consider alternatives to traditional shopping. Buy online, send baskets, order readymade dishes for entertaining and avoid the madness.
6. Look for ways to outsource, delegate, automate or eliminate.
7. Start a new tradition such as giving to charity or watching a holiday movie.
8. Schedule time just for you or with the people you want to spend time with.
9. Look at the blessings in your life and actively feel grateful.
10. Let go and have some fun.

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New Learning Modules

Check out our two brand new Learning Modules:

- Secondary Trauma Module: Learn how to nurture your emotional health as you try to support others. This module will help you recognize and manage the emotions that come with your role, ensuring you can continue to make a positive impact.

- Work/Life Balance Module: Discover ways to find harmony between your professional and personal life. We're here to support you in reducing stress, improving focus, and ensuring your overall well-being.

Your mental health matters, and we're here to help you. Explore these modules today and begin your journey to a more balanced and fulfilling teaching experience.

Colorado Educator Support in the News

Colorado Educator Support is making headlines! Check out the different ways in which educators are sharing their stories and hopefully helping the community know about the hard work educators do every day.