Reading as an Occupation: What I read in August.

For the month of August, I went away for a week and somehow that changed the whole trajectory of what I read for the month! While being on vacation, I decided on quick reads rather than more intense books. For books that impacted my occupational therapy practice, I focused on a favorite author of mine, …

Reading as an Occupation: What I read in April

Interesting month of reading indeed! My focus for 2021 with reading was to have no hard and fast rules. I just wanted to enjoy reading and learning through books. I have been successful with achieving that goal! With books that can improve occupational therapy practice, I have a clear vision of the skills that I …

Ending the Week on a Positive Note…

I have to say that I miss AOTA in-person. I believe that this year the location was beautiful San Diego, California. However, I trust that this online conference will still be a great learning experience! The big this month is the AOTA conference is happening basically all month long with live and on-demand presentations. I …

Reading as an Occupation: What I read in March

Early this year, I really felt that I had lost my reading mojo. For the first couple of months of 2021, I leaned into comfort reading and while my reads were lovely, they were really not very OT related. I am slowly getting back into reading a variety of genres, with some books touching on …

Reading as an Occupation: What I read in February.

The Meal Deal: Blaze your Own Trail to a Healthier Eating Lifestyle by Lisa Kiersky Schreiber  (*) With so many different  food programs available today, determining the best way to follow a specific food program can be difficult. I have seen many people unsuccessfully try Whole 30, Atkins, low-carb, no-carb, vegan, vegetarian….the list is extensive. …