I've shared my experiences in working with my students and the increase of students I'm seeing with mental health needs. I thought this bulletin board would fit perfect in the corridor of our counseling center for students to "Take What You Need". Affirming words and positive quotes help me get through tough days so I'm hoping as students walk passed my office, they'll stop and "take what they need" to get through the day.
I headed over to one of my favorite stores, Michael's, to get what I needed to put my display together.
Day one, I used my Cricut to cut a few shapes with cardstock I already had at home.
I then placed the stickers onto the shapes I cut out.
One day two, I dug around my craft boxes and found some rope, pushpins, and my glue gun to put it all together.
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Here's what our commutes look like sometimes. I wish our drives were shorter to avoid melt downs like this. Here are my boys fighting about the CD to play during our drive:
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Being a school counselor on a year-round school schedule has it's perks! A few weeks vacation very 8 weeks of school is a great time to reenergize and relax. I find it helps me stay focused at work and not stress out (too much). Not to mention, my kids are on a traditional school schedule so while they have just started school, I'm on vacation to enjoy some well-deserved mommy time.
When I arrived, I was greeted by Iris and Vivian, managers at Zenspa, The lobby had soft lighting and quiet music which definitely sets the relaxing mood I was ready for,
They had me fill out some paperwork to ensure my experience was customized to my needs. The questionnaire asked about any pre-existing health conditions or any allergies. There was also a diagram of the entire body which I was asked to circle parts of my body I wanted my massage to focus on. My lower back, hips, and…