Editorial Assistant for Teacher, Zoe Kaskamanidis, shares her recipe for a delicious and nourishing kale pasta.
‘Your graduate year of teaching is exciting, fun, and wildly challenging’. Teacher Jacqueline Irvine shares how she has learnt to take care of herself as a teacher, and shares her 6 tips for graduate teachers to take care of themselves too.
Dr Natasha Yates is a General Practitioner (GP) and Assistant Professor of General Practice at Bond University in Queensland. In this Q&A for Wellbeing by Teacher, she unpacks the differences between tiredness and fatigue, and the impact of each on our overall health and wellbeing.
Keeping physically active on a regular basis has a positive impact on our physical and mental health and wellbeing. Keeping consistent can be tricky – but setting personal goals is a great strategy for staying motivated. Here, we speak to Dr Alyson Crozier about the positive impact of setting goals.
Vitamin A is essential for maintaining a healthy immune system. It's also a vitamin our bodies cannot produce on its own, and so relies on dietary intake of appropriate foods. Here, we share some food sources of Vitamin A.
Protein plays a key role in cell growth and repair to help our organs function well. The best way to have enough in your body is to eat foods rich in protein. In this infographic, we share some of these food sources.
Recent research has shown that participants in a cooking class have experienced not only an increase in their cooking confidence, but also improved mental health. Here, we speak to a member of the research team, Jo Rees from Edith Cowan University, to find out more.
‘It’s a great reminder that what is consuming your thoughts now may not consume your thoughts forever.’ Teacher Frances Ardern shares why she has enjoyed journalling for most of her life, and her tips for getting started yourself.
We’ve all noticed fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, and other products become sensitive to supply chain issues and price increases recently. So, why are these foods so crucial to include in our diet and what are some alternatives? Dr Nenad Naumovski from the University of Canberra joins us to answer these questions.
When it comes to running, many can make the mistake of inadequately preparing because they assume it’s an easy skill to pick up. But it’s important to take steps to set yourself up for success with running to ensure you stay safe. Exercise Physiologist Dr Luke Del Vecchio from Southern Cross University shares his top tips.