Well, if there's anything I can say I learned last week week (in addition to chiropractors are dangerous), it's this: How very, very grateful I am not to have a permanent nerve injury. I guess that's sort of the obvious thing for anyone to say in this situation. But what really surprised me was that… Continue reading Grateful to be okay
It occurred to me recently that I really haven't talked much about my progress towards becoming a physical therapist on this blog. So, if you're curious, here's my deal: I have a Bachelor's degree in the humanities. My concentration was social theory, with an emphasis on gender studies. My goals, when I was in college, were focused… Continue reading The road to physical therapy school
And one foot pointing toward my dreams... I haven't been able to write as much as I'd like recently, because I've been busy focusing on my real-world exploits: specifically, earning money for grad school. It's hard to find the right balance. Follow your dreams and the money will come, they say. But when your dreams… Continue reading One foot in the real world…
So, you may have noticed that I haven't written very much recently. Since I started my blog, my policy was generally only to write if things were going well-- or at least, to only highlight the positive. The Internet is tricky. We're all still figuring out-- and as we figure it out, it's constantly changing.… Continue reading To Be Professional, or Authentic?
Kristen Lamb: Entropy is Real Some great advice for bloggers on how to build a "brand." "The world does not reward perfection, it REWARDS FINISHERS. It rewards DOERS. What are we doing?"