These past few years have been a whirlwind. *whirring sound* I know this experience is not unique to me – everyone is busy. For background, the past two years I have been a full-time graduate student, engaged then a newlywed, and working full-time with a new position as an Instructional Specialist. I have had many life transitions and cognitive challenges to balance throughout these three roles. On top of it all, we bought a house and a car in the past 6 months. Here are the tools and methods I used to get me this far without a visit to a psych ward.
Every year, my employer participates in a toy (and other goods) drive for the holidays. Usually it is toys and books that are offered, but often it is also things like canned food and blankets. I believe in this type of activity for two main reasons: 1) it offers an opportunity for people to collaborate … Continue reading What I Gave to the Toy Drive