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At Long Last

It’s been a while.

I burned out. I was trying to stretch myself into too many directions at once, and I just… became exhausted. Added to that is the mental and emotional strain of thinking my efforts were worthless, because I’m talented so I should obviously be doing so much better than I already am. 112 more words


Me Time!

Ripping and running. Getting ready for my last semester of grad school. Planning for my future. Making time for my loved ones. Working my nine to five. 387 more words


Time Away - Alone? Oh My! Oh YES!

By now you have probably read or heard about the mom who went on a vacation by herself leaving her child home with a relative – for 10 days.  382 more words

An Introvert’s Guide to Beating Burnout. by Nancie Vito

“It’s better to burn out than to rust.” ~ Neil Young

While I’m not sure that’s true, either way, the process can be painful. The great news is that if we  766 more words


The blessings of tragedy

Last night I had an opportunity to get to know some fabulous women a little better.

As we each took turns sharing something about ourselves it struck me that there was something we had in common: a pivotal moment of hardship. 276 more words

Chronic Illness

I'm a process too

The past few days, after my last post, I kept thinking about the process vs the end result.

While I was a childhood educator, that’s what we focused on. 512 more words


Eviter le Burn Out….

Par Martial Bouilliol – Directeur associé TheYellowBridge

Dans une société dominée par les services, la nature des souffrances au travail a évoluée. D’une souffrance physique, caractéristique d’une exploitation ouvrière (ou des ouvriers – selon votre point de vue) du XIXème, nous sommes passé à une souffrance psychique. 737 more words