COVID, Goals, Kids

1st day of June, covid milestones, misc.

Day 1 of June was a success, in regards to my “new goals”. Beginner’s luck, probably. Hehe. Of course, day 1 is always pretty easy. It’s not like I really set any huge lofty goals anyway, but it still felt good to be intentional about checking a few things off. Workout: ✅ (Did workout #79 from Morning Meltdown called Meltcon,…

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COVID, Work

Work from home policy post-covid & Asher’s art :)

This week the hospital sent out a newsletter update, part of which outlined the newly updated “work from home” policy. It talked about how COVID really changed the perspective on work from home positions- which prior to the pandemic were fairly rare within the hospital administration world. In the Transplant department, my data analyst role was one of the few…

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COVID, Kids

Another milestone

Yesterday we experienced another milestone in our family. It was Ethan’s turn to get vaccinated, since he is 12. I had scheduled the appointment for 12:40 over his lunch hour, with the promise that I would take him to lunch quick before the appointment. We really didn’t have much time, and I also had a meeting at 1:15, so I…

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COVID, Life

3 Things Thursday- Quarantine Edition

Hooray, hooray, today’s the day! After 3 carefully spaced out, negative COVID tests, we are done with quarantine! The boys have been CLEARED to return to school and activities today!! I am grateful to both the clinic staff and school staff for helping us navigate the current and somewhat confusing post-exposure quarantine guidelines. I am also grateful that we have…

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COVID, Life

An opportunity to practice positivity

Well, here we go. Life has served up a perfect opportunity to practice the “power of positive thinking”, “reframing negatives”, finding the good in crappy situations and all of the stuff I have been working on over the past few years. 🙂 We have embarked on a full blown quarantine around here, after having very recent close contact with a…

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