Struggling with workload? Clinical psychologist Alice Boyes says subtle changes to working methods can reap rewards
There is no spare time in teaching. We all know that. But what if I told you that I could at least make the stress of being constantly active easier, and perhaps even gain you a little time, too?
It’s not as difficult as it may first seem. Rather, it is all about subtle tweaks to the way we work, according to clinical- psychologist-turned-writer Alice Boyes. She has plenty of neuroscience-backed ideas on the topic, as explored in her books The Anxiety Toolkit and The Healthy Mind Toolkit.
She says the first step is knowing how your body works across a typical day. You want to ensure, she ...