Taking a breath and trying to ground myself for this week. Have some travel for work and I want to keep it up. Trying to remember this feeling of accomplishment to encourage myself to stay on track even though I won’t be on my schedule.
Do you have the right tools 🛠
Or are you going into your journey blindly?
You may have started 2019 with a plan to go to the gym and eat healthy and you may still be sticking to that goal
Way to go!
But are you walking into the gym with a plan of what you need to be doing or do you just hop on a treadmill and go for a random amount of time?
Do you have a nutrition plan for your life or are you just kind of going through the motions?
Are you ready to dial it in?
I am ready to help!
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I always knew I wanted to go into healthcare, and through the years and with my own encounters with the healthcare system, I decided that I wanted to go into nursing.
In 2007, I graduated from my first nursing program as a Practical Nurse. I began workings an RPN and fell in love with the profession, and the ability to help people through my work. I worked in many different areas of nursing, eventually settling in the ER where I would spend the next 5+ years
In 2011, I finished my Bachelor of Science In Nursing Degree, and began working as a Registered Nurse. After a couple of years in the hospital, I moved to the community and began working as a health coach, providing support to people living with heart and lung disease. I had my first taste of program planning and implementation with this role, as this was a brand spanking new program.
I began my first official program planning and implementation role in 2012, and since then have done consulting in program development, project management, health care policy, all with the goal of building and developing healthcare programs that have a positive impact on public health and wellness. I returned to school to learn more about health policy, and health business and project management and will be graduating with my Masters in Health Management in June 2019 (YAY!!!!!) I have had quite the journey, all leading me to a place where I have the knowledge, skills and experience to be able to help others build and develop successful health care/coaching programs.
If you are struggling to develop content, or need a review of your program to identify gaps and areas for opportunity, DM me or send me an email at [email protected] .
La bellezza dell'inverno sta nel creare scheletri di ghiaccio ❄️.
💡 I cristalli di ghiaccio sono la diretta conseguenza del cambio di stato dell'acqua, da liquida a solida. La strutturazione in forme ad alta simmetria è dovuta all'accrescimento dei cristalli di ghiaccio per deposizione di vapore acqueo su cristalli di ghiaccio.
I cristalli di ghiaccio si possono sviluppare dalla originaria configurazione esagonale fino ad assumere numerose forme simmetriche, come colonne, aghi, placche, dendriti (il fiocco di neve), che conservano una traccia più o meno marcata dell'originaria simmetria esagonale.
Ciò è reso possibile dalla particolare struttura chimica dell'acqua stessa: le molecole d'acqua presentano una semplice struttura a V (H-O-H), con i due atomi di idrogeno disposti a formare un angolo di circa 105° rispetto al vertice occupato dall'unico atomo di ossigeno. I legami tra queste molecole danno vita al complesso comportamento macroscopico dell'acqua, sia nella fase liquida sia nella fase solida. In quest'ultimo caso, si spazia da varie condizioni amorfe a vari stati cristallini; molto conosciute sono le affascinanti geometrie frattali dei fiocchi di neve.
Il totale delle forme solide conosciute assomma a oltre 21, con tre fasi amorfe e almeno 18 cristalline, di cui alcune realizzabili solo in condizioni artificiali, quindi in laboratorio, seguendo dei modelli matematici molecolari. ❄️ Photo by: @vera.ivi 🌱
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Hello minna! We will be boothing at this year's NUS Japanese Cultural Festival this Saturday from 10am to 6pm at UTown. You can find us at Booth 12 as shown, so hope to see you there!😆 #NUSCAS#JCF2019#Matsuri#Journey
Soul and Inspiration.
In my journey as a graphic designer, I was inspired by all great and talented designers. From graphic designers to architects. From photographers to stage designer. Thanks to them, I found a purpose to start create something.
I created this poster. As this path eventually become my soul and an inspiration to do more greater work.
Designed by grateful me.
PSA: not for the faint of heart, going to be extra real here today 🙌🏼
Bear with me, this is going to be incredibly difficult for me.
If you've been following me for a while, you know that I struggle with mental illness in addition to my chronic illness.
You might have also noticed a couple months ago I had a long day of testing.
That testing revealed something about me that I've been struggling with ever since.
But I'm breaking the silence today 👋
I was diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) along with Generalized Anxiety Disorder (we knew) and adult ADHD with inattention.
If you're like me, when you read that first diagnosis, all of the things you've heard about BPD come to mind.
And if you're like me, those things are not positive.
After my diagnosis, I did a lot of research along side the 30 page report I was given with my results 🤦🏼♀️
That research painted a horrible picture of BPD.
But I've also learned that no two BPD diagnoses are alike.
I have met many incredible people with the same diagnosis who also have completely different afflictions.
Through this journey I've also learned that it explains a lot about me, including my extreme empathy and general emotions.
The following therapy has taught me that it's a result of my neglectful childhood that I've always thought was normal.
I'm writing this post to spread awareness, to help stop the stigma surrounding all mental illness.
I'm also writing it to let anyone and everyone know that if you're struggling with anything, I am HERE for you.
My goal is to be an open book, so here I am.
Today, I'm breaking the silence to end the stigma.
This is just a part of my journey, stay tuned ✌
👉 "Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all"
Embark on a journey with Elite to climb the hardest challenge of all #8000m mountain, Mt Annapurna.
Be kind to one other. Stay happy and keep travelling.
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