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READY TO FIND YOUR FLOW?

Join my FREE Webinar to discover simple routines & systems for your classroom and yourself that decrease burnout and increase ease

Saturday, October 15th, 2022

7:30 PM EST

Replay available to registrants

Completely FREE!

SO.... DOES THIS SOUND FAMILIAR?

You arrive early, leave late and still work on the weekends because your prepping and planning are never done.

You feel pressured to have brand new and picture perfect centres each week so you’re constantly searching for new ideas.

You feel like you never have time or energy for everything else in your life like cooking, cleaning, your hobbies and seeing your loved ones.

TRUST ME. I WAS IN YOUR SHOES:

QUEEN OF THE SUNDAY SCARIES

Fighting burnout and losing steam FAST. I was spending way too much time scrolling socials for ideas and feeling frustrated by how long it was taking me to find the resources I needed. I KNEW I should be working less hours and could feel my personal life (or lack there of) taking the back seat again and again. I felt like I was losing myself and my passion for teaching kindergarten already.

But then... I set up systems, routines and boundaries that were sustainable and inspired me all over again. Now, you will too.

Check out the first few slides from FIND YOUR FLOW:

Let's get YOU feeling like YOU again

GO FROM…

Feeling frustrated & exhausted on your way to school every day

Flowing through the week with ease

GO FROM…

Spending your weekends planning for the week ahead but still never feeling ready

Looking at your completed weekly schedule with a smile

GO FROM…

Getting overwhelmed and dreading another Monday morningĀ 

Feeling refreshed, prepared and ready to take on the day

FIND YOUR FLOW IN

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Oh hey! I'm Mariah.

Kindergarten specialist turned curriculum writer passionated about pancakes, ponytails and helping educators prevent burnout by simplifying their planning! A few years ago, I was ready to quit teaching mid year because I was so overwhelmed and stressed. Then, I realized I didn’t need to waste my time reinventing the wheel and prepping for hours on end to be a “good teacher”.

Simplicity is the key.