If you love school, like I did, here is some advice for you: Be flexible! When it comes to the working world, it is likely that being flexible is going to be more of a challenge than getting your work done. You are committed, you are diligent, you are focused. You love the positive feedback … Continue reading Advice for School Lovers Entering the Workplace
As the adult-coloring-book trend shows, adults need crafts to keep them sane. Drawing makes me feel like a kid, but that doesn't mean it's intended ONLY for kids. Giving myself time to draw reminds me to hold on to other aspects of childhood that I may have lost over the years: living in the moment … Continue reading Arts and Crafts: For Adults Too!
I always found doing health fairs challenging as a nutritionist. I loved educating people—but putting together an oak tag presentation, not as much. And making healthy salad samples to give out—also challenging. I am a verbal person. I love to talk. I love to write. When I completed a food pyramid project for my first … Continue reading Exercising Another Part of My Brain: Arts and Crafts
Paying bills was always a tedious time of the weekend in my home growing up. So I feel guilty when I go online and it is so much more effortless a task (other than the working to pay said bills part). I always had this image of myself struggling with the same serious adulthood task … Continue reading Paying Bills