It's been a few months since my last blog post. Work ramped up at the end of March, as everyone panicked over Spring Break ending, end of year testing, graduation, and beginning summer vacation. During that time period, I had a lot of short-term clients with specific needs to address, including transitioning from one household … Continue reading Summer Slump? Or, How to Take Advantage of the Calm.
Everywhere we turn, we're told we need to up our self-care quotas. Most of the messages saying that include, but are not limited to: bath bombs, going out for a coffee, going on a shopping spree, going out for drinks, splurging on that expensive concert ticket, etc etc etc. What does that all boil down … Continue reading Self-Care – What’s the Cost?