263. Achieving Your Best in Work and Home Life: Featuring Annick Rauch

Aspire to Lead, Annick Rauch, PheMOMenal Teacher, DBC, Mental Health

Welcome to a deeply insightful episode with the remarkable teacher and author, Annick Rauch. Join us as we explore the themes of work-life balance, mental health, and nurturing a healthy lifestyle, all inspired by Annick’s newly released book, “PheMOMenal Teacher: Pursue Your Dreams and Still Be Your Best Self at Work and at Home.”

This conversation goes beyond the confines of work and home life, delving into topics such as mental health, strategies for overcoming depression, and the importance of setting an example of healthy practices for our children. Annick Rauch, a beacon of wisdom and experience, shares valuable insights and practical tips for navigating the complexities of balancing one’s dreams, career, and personal life.

This episode promises to inspire, inform, and offer actionable advice for those seeking to excel in their professional pursuits while maintaining a harmonious and fulfilling personal life. Tune in for a powerful discussion on achieving your best in both spheres and modeling a healthy lifestyle for yourself and your children.

About Annick Rauch:

Annick Rauch is the author of Phe-MOM-enal Teacher. She is a passionate grade 1 French immersion teacher who truly loves what she does. Outside of school, Annick is a very busy mom. She and her husband Chris have four energetic boys and a silver lab. Annick loves to go camping with her family, and she also makes it a priority to carve out time for trips with friends. Although busy, Annick doesn’t let that stop her from pursuing her dreams outside of her work and home life. She is an avid runner, and she blogs at annickrauch.ca. Annick is a lifelong learner who continues to follow her passions.

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About the author, Joshua

Joshua Stamper is the Training and Development Specialist for the Teach Better Team and manages the Teach Better Podcast Network. Prior to Joshua's current position, he was a middle school Administrator, classroom art educator, and athletic coach.

In addition to being on the Teach Better Team, Joshua is the author of Aspire to Lead, podcaster, leadership coach, and education presenter.