How to avoid the end of term funk

toddler standing at bottom of stairs
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1) Create a brain dump

One of the main reasons you’ll be feeling in a funk is overwhelm. Ultimately, you know what you need to do but because it’s all floating in your head, it feels impossible to get started.

2) Eisenhower it up!

Eisenhower Decision Making Matrix — Stephen Covey, The 7 Habits of Highly Successful People

What’s the result?

By taking 10 or 15 minutes out of your day to go through this process, you will create more time and energy for yourself and escape your end of term funk.

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Gemma Drinkall

Gemma Drinkall

Helping teachers to create clear boundaries and love their job again.