Coffee date catch up – A whole new world

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, but they have served as a nice check inContinue reading “Coffee date catch up – A whole new world”

Simple nature activities for your child’s development

Back in March, I started working with a private practice providing Occupational Therapy group programming out in a nature setting (see my block post about starting this job here). Based in a busy city, sometimes it is hard for families to get out of their mid city apartments or houses that may not have theContinue reading “Simple nature activities for your child’s development”

Make your goals SMART (for you)!

At the beginning of a new time period, whether that’s a new year, new school year, beginning of a new quarter (in business) etc, people often talk about setting goals. Sometimes these goals can seem inspiring and motivating. For others, setting goals seems like a big scary impossible thing to do… usually because we feelContinue reading “Make your goals SMART (for you)!”

Collaborating as an allied health professional

Good morning! (or whatever time of day you’re reading this haha!) I am writing this as a letter for all allied health professionals that come across this page, but anyone who works with clients in a service providing manner, feel free to read this and comment below. If you’ve seen the rest of my blogContinue reading “Collaborating as an allied health professional”

Coffee date catch up – Casual jobs and pandemic brain

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, but they have served as a nice check inContinue reading “Coffee date catch up – Casual jobs and pandemic brain”

Dear Occupational Therapy Community — Sharing Georgia Vine

Back in High school I had twitter for those silly tweets you’d share with your friends, the drama, the subtweets, and following celebrities. Two years ago, when I went to my first Occupational therapist conference, I realized that the occupational therapy community is HUGE on Twitter, and that it was no longer just a funContinue reading “Dear Occupational Therapy Community — Sharing Georgia Vine”

Occupational therapy in nature !

This weekend marked the first day of my Nature OT program! If you have been following my journey, you know that I had a full time job and did not feel appreciated and happy in this company. I have moved to a casual occupational therapist in this company, and have connected with another occupational therapistContinue reading “Occupational therapy in nature !”

Coffee date catch up – The one where her life pivots to her surprise

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. It’s been a full month since my last post and OH MY LANTA how things have changed! Last time I wroteContinue reading “Coffee date catch up – The one where her life pivots to her surprise”

Coffee date catch up – One month into 2021

We did it you guys, we made it to the end of our first month of 2021! This will be my first coffee catch up post of the new year, as a way to connect a bit with my readers and to reflect on my own thoughts and experiences from the last little while. AsContinue reading “Coffee date catch up – One month into 2021”

Movement breaks for kids – getting through your virtual school day

If you have a child, you know that sometimes they can have TONS of energy that needs to be burned throughout the day. This is not a new thing, but with more kids in virtual school again this year due to the second (or third) wave of the pandemic, managing your child’s energy is moreContinue reading “Movement breaks for kids – getting through your virtual school day”