What’s up with working all the time? How did that enter our lives? What happened to weekends off with a Sunday drive in the country? What happened to Sunday morning church followed by a nice meal out? What happened to evenings sitting outside or kids playing till dark? What happened to all that free time computers were supposed to give us? Oh wait. Maybe that’s it. It’s the computers fault. Or is it?
If you are wondering why you are so exhausted, look no further than your own choices about how you are living your life. And if the people around you are in the same boat, maybe it is time for a heart to heart. So what are you willing to do to bring rest and refreshed energy back into your life? And how committed are you to making that change?
As a wellness coach I know how successful people make changes in their busy lives and having a coach to hold you accountable is often the best step to get you to where you want to be quicker. Contact me if you want a sample session and maybe you will discover what possibilities exist for you. email@example.com
First, a couple of brief items:
Better Meetings, Better Outcomes: You can download the PDF I promised a few days ago, “What am I doing here? Tips for being accountable in meetings,” here.
Nursing Survey Ends 5/27: Our 2015 nursing survey is still open if you want to share your thoughts and (not incidentally) participate in our drawing for Team-Building Handbook: Improving Nurse-to-Nurse Relationships. Here’s the link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/hcpronurses2015
Next, my confession.
I’ll admit it, I peeked—I couldn’t resist the temptation to look at the results of our ongoing 2015 nursing survey to find out the biggest issues facing nurses today.
Would you be surprised if I mentioned that time (not enough of it) is as common a concern today as it was in the 2013 survey? To relieve some of your pain, I’ll share some great tips from Sharon Cox, [more]