I feel like I’ve been crazy busy but I certainly haven’t been writing in this blog. Still at my new job and learning like crazy. Learning seems to take a long time. I’m figuring out how to balance my job with my private practice (and still have a life.) I love my private practice and providing therapy so much that I am going to figure out how to keep that in the balance.
I picked out a quote to share about waiting for spring. I know with how tired and busy I’ve been there have been moments when I’ve just thought to myself that I should quite everything and move to an ocean-side town in New England. Maybe I will someday, but the time to make that decision isn’t when I’m tired and it isn’t when there is no sun. Spring seems to be coming late this year. If there are things going on in your life that seem tinged with melancholy or despair – maybe wait it out a bit. Just getting to the next day or to when the sun is shining can change everything. It is inevitable, spring will eventually come.
“Never cut a tree down in the wintertime. Never make a negative decision in the low time. Never make your most important decisions when you are in your worst moods. Wait. Be patient. The storm will pass. The spring will come.” Robert H. Schuller.