This is my fifth year writing a "Year in Review" blog post... and each year I seem to procrastinate more and more as to when I start writing and scrolling through my haphazardly organized photo roll to reflect on the previous year's adventures. This year, at least for me felt like January and February were their own season, March (when the pandemic really hit the initial fan) was an entire YEAR on its own, AprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptember kind of all ran together...then it was Halloween and boom bam Christmas. What. A. Year...
The days feel long but the years are short! This year has by far been THE YEAR OF THE MOST CHANGES for both my husband and I professionally and personally AND. I. AM. HERE. FOR. IT. 2019 brought many travels, many unknowns, more transitional stages than I initially anticipated, and new beginnings. Anyways, this is… Continue reading 2019 Year in Review: Transitional Hallway Phases and New Beginnings
What a strange and pleasant phenomenon it is to reflect on a synopsis of memories from the past year. 2018 brought much joy, a lot of anticipation, some sorrows, new connections, and so much more. It is a blessing to be able to reflectively think back in what all occurs in what feels like a… Continue reading 2018 Year in Review: Reflections and Revamped Spirits
Something brought me back to this blog after about a 7 month long hiatus. I felt as cliche as it is to begin something fresh on the upcoming New Year, that this was exactly what I needed to do to reignite the passion I have for writing for myself. An opportunity to r e m… Continue reading 2017 Year in Review: First Occupational Therapist Job, New Last Name
2016 was a whirlwind for me. Rang in the 2016 New Year with my family in Epcot along with everyone else in the world, the park was filled to max capacity! Wrote my first blog post out of frustration, necessity, and determination to advocate for DO and OT after one too many individuals questioned… Continue reading 2016 Year in Review: Reflecting on the End of My Occupational Role as Student and Recharging for New Role as Fiance and OT Practitioner