September’s hint of cooler weather brings the feeling of a new year and a fresh start.
Burnout is a real risk for professionals in the helping professions, which include UFT members in education and health care. If you feel dread at the prospect of going to work, you may be suffering from this condition.
The seasons, like everything in life, are transient. Before summer passes, let it remind us to rest and be gentle with our bodies and minds.
There is nothing like travel to open the mind and expose you to new customs, cultures, beliefs, foods, art and attitudes.
Educators and other professionals can benefit from taking time to reflect, release tension and recharge. Summer is a great time to slow down and reset, but don’t wait for summer for self-care!
Whether you are traveling far from home or staying nearby, there are many delights to be had and many ways to enjoy the summer season.
Wherever you are in your life’s journey, the present moment is the best time to reassess what you want, what’s important to you and what you hope to achieve.
Meditation can lower your stress level, reduce anxiety and depression, increase your ability to concentrate and bring a sense of calm and purpose to your life.
As we awaken from our winter semi-hibernation, it’s a good time for a more thorough reset of your life physically, emotionally and mentally. Much like cleaning the house, it’s about organizing yourself so you can be present for the people, places and...