Burnout may seem inevitable, but I believe it can be prevented.
There are secrets in this not-so-secret garden. Some will eventually be revealed, others will remain hidden.
A colleague or friend shares a struggle they are in the midst of. Your stomach drops.
Burnout prevention isn’t an occasional activity or grand self-care gesture.
Our legacy includes what we want to be known for, what we others to know about us, what we’ve learned about life and wish to share with others.
We don’t have to hold the entire solution to the world’s problems in our hands in order to do something impactful.
Difficulty with releasing grudges isn’t necessarily about the pleasures of righteous anger. It’s about beliefs.
You learn to appreciate and respect each person – including yourself.
With writing, we create order from what was previously chaotic. We replace a tangle of thoughts and feelings with a new perspective.