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by Joe Buonfiglio

I’m a writer never — and I mean never, ever, EVER — at a loss for ideas.  Just the opposite, as a matter of fact.   624 more words


I was recently asked whether I was experiencing any of the burnout phases. I declined politely, saying that’s something I am far from being, though I tend to overreact a lot (this I didn’t say). 381 more words


Is your job killing your...

I can’t take credit for this infographic but it really resonated with a good friend of mine. Workplaces talk about managing stress…are you managing yours???


A Brief Hiatus

Apologies for the slight lull in posts. I’m not the most clockwork but even for me, 2 months is a little ridiculous.

I’ve taken some time out to assemble my thoughts and ideas for 2015 and decide what I want to do, and how, and for that I need a little break. 404 more words

Sweet Oxen


Cars white with new snow
First seagull caw since last year
A streetlight goes out

Just this side of Too Far Gone

I’ve been thinking about writing this post for a long while.  I actually started writing it last November and then left it as a draft.  As often happens over time, feelings soften and you gain perspective and maybe that was what I was intuitively waiting for. 669 more words


The Self-Talk of Burnout (Webinar presented by Dr. Geri Puleo)

One of the problems with burning out is that it is normal to initially deny the feelings of overwhelm and stress.  However, there are some key phrases that people use throughout the burnout process. 264 more words