Freaked out the movers by having an actual skeleton in my closet #PTproblems
Between 4am Tuesday and 8pm Wednesday, our upstate New York town got at least 15 inches of snow. I actually spent Monday night at my coworker’s house to ensure that I would be able to get to work at the office I’m in on Tuesdays and Thursdays that is half an hour from my home.… Continue reading Snow Day at Work
Here’s a guest post I wrote for my PT-blogger friend Katie’s blog on not stressing about your grades during physical therapy school. Read it, and follow her blog since she is a great resource for PT and pre-PT students! What do you think, how important are your grades during graduate school?
Today marks six years since I started this blog, and a little over six years since I decided to become a physical therapist. At the time, it seemed like I’d be in school forever (and sometimes I feel like I was), but now I’ve already been practicing for a year and a half! I love… Continue reading 6 Years
I love this article about Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s workouts. She’s 83, didn’t grow up working out, and extremely busy — and still exercises harder than most people. Reading about her workout has inspired me to give a little extra effort this week, and I hope to use her as an inspiration to my patients.