Book Review: The Big Worry Day

If there’s one thing about me, it’s that I love a good childrens book. Coming into our home and looking at our shelves, you would think that we have children! Since my vision of my life has moved from becoming a mother to living childfree, my childrens book collection has become super focused on teachingContinue reading “Book Review: The Big Worry Day”

Planning for my first airplane trip after COVID 🙏🏻

It’s been almost exactly 3 years since I’ve been on an airplane. I’m sure this is not a big shock to anyone; many people don’t fly frequently, but these 3 years obviously were very different, and a lot has changed since then. Before COVID, I had what I called “plane anxiety”; I would get nervousContinue reading “Planning for my first airplane trip after COVID 🙏🏻”

Starting a Podcast: The h(OT) take

Today I took the energy and the adrenaline I had after work and finally took the big step I was nervous to take for so long – I published my first episode of my podcast ! When I started hosting placements for occupational therapy and occupational therapy assistant students, I started realizing how limited ourContinue reading “Starting a Podcast: The h(OT) take”

The power of soft friendships

As an individual with anxiety and difficulty with sensory challenges, coming out of COVID isolations have been super hard for me. I have truly come to realize how much I find myself masking (Masking is a process by which an individual changes or “masks” their natural personality to conform to social pressures, abuse or harassment –Continue reading “The power of soft friendships”