January is clearly over, so Bloganuary is over as well, but I did like this blog prompt even if I didn’t post about it on time! Day 12’s Bloganuary prompt was: What chore do you find the most challenging to do? On the day that I started writing this post (January 12th of course), IContinue reading “Productivity at home and challenging chores”
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Supporting the occupational therapists of the future!
In a few days, the facility that I work out will go on holiday break similar to the school holidays. This means that in this next week, I will be wrapping up my final evaluations for all of my placement students. This semester in particular, I have had the opportunity to be a preceptor forContinue reading “Supporting the occupational therapists of the future!”
October is Occupational Therapy Month!
The month of October represents a lot of different things for different people. Halloween decorating begins, the leaves start to change, fall activities are engaged in, it’s #PSL season, and different organizations and issues are brought to awareness. All of these parts of October are more or less significant to people depending on how meaningfulContinue reading “October is Occupational Therapy Month!”
Reflecting on the importance of moments of boredom amongst busy lives
Gabrielle Walters has been on my list of blogs I check regularly since I started writing, and the other day she shared the lessons that embracing boredum has given to her during this pandemic. I relate strongly to her experience of constantly being consumed with things during the day, and usually LOVING not having aContinue reading “Reflecting on the importance of moments of boredom amongst busy lives”
Redefining productivity through quarantine
Going through Occupational therapy school, we learned a lot about occupational balance. If you read my earlier post about the basic definition of Occupational therapy, you might remember this picture. You can check out that post here. We talk about productivity as participating or contributing to the community, such as going to work or goingContinue reading “Redefining productivity through quarantine”