As teachers, some of us are always striving to have perfect lessons (or nearly perfect). Often times we can get so caught up in thinking of ways to create these perfect lessons that we become unaware of precious time lost. Here is a great thought from Creative Confidence found on page 123. I underlined it immediately after reading it for the first time. So simple in nature but so very true.
Don't let your inner perfectionist slow you down.
Try out those ideas you've had on the back burner forever. Make it happen. Learn from any mistakes made (there are sure to be some of course) and keep pushing the learning forward. Your thoughts? Thanks for reading.