In this video I offer three simple tricks for Surviving Distance Learning.
Also, this week I am offering free virtual office hours for students. Come work in community and/or ask a question! They will be held on Wednesday, 3/18: 12-1 Thursday, 3/19: 12-1:30 and Friday, 3/20 12-1:30. Sign up here if you are interested.
If you would like a free daily mindfulness practice (live at 10am or recorded) sign up here. No experience necessary! Geared towards teens, AND all are welcome!
I hope first and foremost that this post finds you healthy and well. Any small disruptions in a routine can cause rifts, and unfortunately, the coronavirus is causing a BIG disruption in everyone’s routine.
With many schools switching to Long-Distance Learning in the foreseeable future I wanted to let you know about a few offerings:
A free webinar to take place on Wednesday, March 18th at 2pm Pacific Time (5pm Eastern Time) entitled:Surviving Long-Distance Learning. My colleague Jessica Finnigan and I will cover the importance of and how to create routines for students while they are home and you are home! Please sign up here if you are interested. Can’t make it? We will have a recording of it as well.
For Parents and Students
Half hour Consultations that include any questions for setting up schedules, to breaking down assignments, to help with a particular assignment. Please sign up here or respond directly to this email.
20minute Mindfulness Practice.Monday, March 16th. 9 am Pacific Time.Need help starting your day but not quite ready to work yet? Never done mindfulness before? No problem. This is a very simple practice that will get you started with your day (or give you a nice break). Link is here.
Office Hours on Tuesday, March 17th from 12-2 Pacific Time. Need an extra push? Tired of feeling isolated? Come work in community! Brief questions will be answered (such as how do I get started? I don’t know what to do. How do I write this essay? I don’t have questions, but I’m not getting anything done…help!). Just want community? No problem! Bring your homework and get to work! If you want to come, but are feeling shy you can always turn your camera off and mute your audio [there’s an option for us to chat privately so that I can support you best!] You can let me know that you’re coming by emailing me at email@example.com or just show up! Link is here.
Stay tuned for a video tomorrow on how-tos for Distance Learning.
Wishing you all a healthy and stress-less afternoon and evening!
With many schools closing (and other schools on the brink of closing) I wanted to let you know a couple of upcoming offerings:
an upcoming webinar (stay tuned for an update shortly) for parents on a How-to for Distance Learning appropriate for parents of students of all ages.
30 minute consults for students or parents of all ages on any of the following: making a schedule, breaking down assignments, and/or support with a particular assignment I am offering half hour consultations. Please sign up here for an appointment.
If you have any questions please feel free to reach out directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wishing you all a stress-less and healthy few weeks.
Wait! Before you go…I know that usually we hear that phrase during a time that we absolutely DO NOT want to take a deep breath.
. I get it.
In this video, I talk about how taking a deep breath might be a KEY to impulse control, focus, and working memory; all components that make up less stress and better grades. Watch more to find out!
Did you try this this week? Did you notice any small changes? I would love to hear from you (even if you didn’t feel any effect)!
Would you like some more tips and tools for destressing yourself (or your teen)? Please feel free to reach out by responding to this email or schedule your complimentary Destressify Yourself Session!
Also, look for an email later this week for information on new offerings for this Spring: Adulting for Young Adults (new sessions for young adults between the ages of 18-26) as well a free webinar for parents: Hands on Parenting, Hands-off Homework.
Wishing you a wonderful, healthy, and stress-less week!
When I was a young(er) adult I was constantly misplacing my keys. Rather than hide behind the joys and frustrations that the role that keys have played in my life, I thought that it might be more fun and productive to share with you how they have become another protagonist in my life (and perhaps help you at the same time). Without further ado…I introduce to you: My Keys.
Is there a habit that you’ve fallen out of and then been able to get back into? Tell me about it!
In this week’s video I discuss how kiddos can get their parents..well, off their back. Do you ever feel like your parents are nagging? Ever wonder what would help? Parents, do you ever feel like you are nagging?
In this video I share how, as a teen you might get your parent to listen to you a little bit more. It does involve a little bit of planning (and I share how to do that as well)–but I think the payoff might be well worth it!
Watch more to find out the deets!
As always, I’m curious if any of you tried this or would like some help with it. For more tips and tools for how to study please feel free to schedule your complimentary Destressify Yourself session!
This weekend I had the fortunate opportunity to be on a creative retreat. Often times the idea of *doing art* makes me nervous because I don’t consider myself a *GOOD* artist, but the materials and paints were so shiny and fun that I just had to engage…I decided to learn how to make paper boxes. See how it went and how it relates to studying in the video below.
I’d love to know how you changed information around so that you could understand it better! Also, if you would like some help in building more effective study habits, please feel free to reach out!
Happy New Year, Everyone! In the video below, I share tips on how to Rock Your Spring Semester!
I’d love to know your goals for this semester. Comment below or feel free to send me an email at email@example.com. If you need some help clarifying your goals and setting yourself up for a Rockin Semester, please feel free to reach out.
Welcome back [for those of you who had a break this week]. I know how hard it is to come back to school after a break and wanted to honor that with this video in which I compare going on a bike ride to…studying for finals. What steps do you find helpful? Let me know in the comments below or send me an email!
Gather your gear (materials}
Stay in the moment.
Adapt as needed.
Celebrate your accomplishments.
Rely on your team!
Need someone to celebrate with you? Send me an email. I’m happy to be on your team. Also, if you need a boost in preparing for finals see below:
Rock Your Finals, One Day Workshop!
Need a little extra boost studying for finals? Sign up here for a one hour workshop on Wednesday, December 4th at 6pm Pacific Time. If you can't make it, no worries! Sign up anyway, and I am happy to send you the recording.
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