When things in your life seem almost too much to handle, when 24 Hours in a day is not enough, remember the mayonnaise jar and 2 cups of coffee.
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Another picture from the garden with added words of wisdom. The past gives us tools we can use to improve on the present but certainly is not a place that binds us. From seed, to stem, to bud, to flower… not from seed to stem…to stem…to stem…to stem…well, you get the idea … However, we can go from flower to spreading seeds which makes it all that much more worth it…
Another close up of a Poppy flower on my porch. It was just so pretty I couldn’t resist capturing its essence. There’s always time to appreciate the beauty of nature — the rewards are numerous!
I took this image of the marigolds blooming on my porch the other day…and then thought, “Why not add an inspirational quote?” I couldn’t think of a reason why not, so I did… Feel free to share it with others…
When I consider all of the times I’ve thought “Gee, must be nice” or “Sure, if I had your luck I could succeed too” I am also reminded of the times these thoughts have come from others when considering my own good fortunes. Without a doubt, just like those I may envy, my own good fortunes have come from hard work, at times agony, and absolute trials that lasted for years upon years. Nothing fell into my lap, and I continue to work hard to progress on the path I have chosen for myself. No doubt, the same is true for most of us.
I needed to complete a brief research summary on Workaholism (a process addiction) and now that it is completed, graded, and the course has concluded, I’ve decided to share it here for others to review and hopefully as a helpful informational source and starting point for anyone interested in exploring work addiction.
Another course assignment that meant a great deal to me because I know we need to do more for those struggling with mental illness and I firmly believe in the power of nature to do a lot more than we give it credit for.
This hypothetical case study focused on the use of career assessment tools with a member of one of the special populations (Latina). This case report aims to depict working with special populations in career counseling and considers the intake interview, assessments, interventions, and outcomes. The individual in this case report is strictly hypothetical