Nov 28, 2020
- These changes are shared without agenda and with the intention
of encouraging you to reflect on whether you need or want to make
changes. If it’s not the right time for you to listen to this
podcast episode then that’s OK. It’s also OK if you don’t want or
need to make changes, or if you do not have the capacity
- I used summer break to introduce some of these changes and
establish habits. Six weeks seemed long enough for me to
confidently start identifying as a healthier person (02:15).
- My definition of healthy: anti-diet, pro-movement,
comparison-free, and a strong emphasis on mental health
- Change 1: daily exercise (indoor and outdoor cycling)
- Change 2: one weekly exercise session with others (nordic
- Change 3: a little competition (Strava and Apple Activity app)
- Change 4: intermittent fasting (16:8, no calorie counting, two
- Change 5: working towards no blue light at bed time (mobile in
office, no social media on iPad, aiming to move iPad soon). Also
establishing better routines around bed time (12:04).
- Change 6: reducing the booze intake (helped by alcohol free
beer and gin) (13:30).
I hope you’ve enjoyed this episode. Another way to become a
healthier teacher is to improve your relationship with technology
(as alluded to in episode 106). To help with
this, you might like to check out my online course, Achieve Inbox
Zero. You can find it at theteachingspace.com/shop.