Reflecting on the past – Bloganuary day 3

Day 3 of Bloganuary and we’re still going strong! Today’s prompt is : What is the earliest memory you have? I’ve always thought about this as my family is really into photos. I have a very vivid memory of eating a chocolate cake as a child for my 1st birthday. My mom always claimed thereContinue reading “Reflecting on the past – Bloganuary day 3”

Finding bravery as an adult

Bloganuary prompt day two is “how are you brave?” I’m just on a pit stop on our drive home from the holidays up North with family and took a look at the prompt. I didn’t expect to be able to write it so quickly, but I have one immediately that came to mind. Something thatContinue reading “Finding bravery as an adult”

Kicking off the new year with the Bloganuary challenge ❤️

Happy new year everyone! Welcome to 2023 and to day one of bloganuary ! I hope you are breathing calmly and not putting too much pressure on yourself for your first day of 2023! I am excited to challenge myself with 31 days of blogging in January to remind myself that what I have toContinue reading “Kicking off the new year with the Bloganuary challenge ❤️”

Coffee date catch up – 2022 wrap up

In 2020 I started my Coffee date catch up posts as a way to connect a bit with my readers and to reflect on my own thoughts and experiences from the last little while. I don’t actually follow the numbers of people that read these posts, and maybe no one even reads them, but theyContinue reading “Coffee date catch up – 2022 wrap up”

Taking a strengths based approach with occupational therapy for neurodiverse individuals

As an individual who is exploring her own neurodiversity, while practicing as an occupational therapist with children and adults who are neurodiverse, I often reflect a lot on the practices that I use in my work and what we learned in school. I also have the opportunity in my job to be a preceptor toContinue reading “Taking a strengths based approach with occupational therapy for neurodiverse individuals”

Book review: (In)visible

Excuse the puppy marks, in all my years I’ve never had to replace a library book until now 😂 but dog treat aside, this was a good one I wanted to share ! Goodreads summary: Diagnosed with Tourette’s syndrome as a teenager, Adam, now a 26 year old freelance designer, attends his first meeting atContinue reading “Book review: (In)visible”

Re-Humanizing health care

As a child, I always wanted to be the person that changed lives. I wanted to be a teacher, a doctor, and as I grew up, I dreamed of working with children and youth in retreat type settings where we could learn about emotional and mental health self care. I wanted to make a trueContinue reading “Re-Humanizing health care”