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It’s been a crazy few weeks in my house. Mother’s Day, working and other family obligations have kept me from writing. For that I apologize to you, my readers. As I end this series, I would like to know if anything I’ve written has been of a benefit to you? I’ve searched the world wide web for ideas to help you keep up with taking care of yourself, your family and even… Read More

I’ve been writing this series for a few weeks now. If you’ve been following this series then by now, you should already know the definition of self-care. My daughter shared something very thought provoking on her Facebook page a few days ago. “Everyone is applauding everyone but OUR CHILDREN!!!! These little heroes have stayed indoors more than they’ve ever known in their lives. Their whole worlds have literally been turned upside down…. Read More

Burnout is characterized by emotional exhaustion, cynicism, and ineffectiveness in the workplace, and by chronic negative responses to stressful workplace conditions.  Burnout is more likely when employees: Expect too much of themselves. Never feel that the work they are doing is good enough. Feel inadequate or incompetent. Feel unappreciated for their work efforts. Have unreasonable demands placed upon them. Are in roles that are not a good job fit. In this article… Read More

Taking care of our feet are one of the most important things we can do for ourselves. Especially if one has a history of diabetes. Most of the time I’d go get a pedicure; however with most of the United States under self quarantine orders due to the Coronavirus all spas are closed as of the date I wrote this article. 1. Dr. Scholl’s foot inserts can help relieve foot pain from… Read More

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