Developing awareness that the repeated negative things you think of yourself are not actual facts is the first step in of quieting the inner critic. In this video, I give you a sneak peek inside my brain . (More detail is given in my written blog.)
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Self-care isn't going to remove all the various external difficulties in the system, but it will bolster your natural resilience and renew your energy for the tasks at hand.
Recognize that you need to recharge regularly. You will have more energy and presence in all other areas of your life. It is not selfish. Pick one area you know you'd benefit from if done regularly.
1. Prioritize it and put it on the schedule.
2. Keep your promise to yourself.
3. Have fun rediscovering what is...
Join me in this month's vlog where my ever-patient instructor, Dr. Julie Hood Wilson, helps me learn to skate ski as an adult. We are joined by Holly Brooks, 2-time Olympian, and high-performance coach, as we discuss better ways to look at feedback as physicians.
This month's vlog focuses on important relationships. Learning to be intentional in cultivating creative time now is key to maintaining and growing relationships. Try to limit putting relationships on auto-pilot. The arrival fallacy hurts relationships - thinking "after residency," "after fellowship," "after I get my practice up and running", I'll have time to spend with those important to me. Please don't fall for it.
Have a joy-filled day! Tonya
In this month's Vlog I discuss limiting beliefs and how you can start to uncover them and decide if you want to change them or not.
As a physician, they can show up in your career or outside of work. How do you describe yourself? What things do you believe about yourself that are keeping you from growth, reaching for higher goals, or just keeping you stuck? Do you want to be chief? Do you want to climb the academic ladder? Maybe you had a fleeting thought of becoming the CMO? Are...
When you have many raw veggies, but not enough of any one type - this is a delicious, no thinking plan.
Dice them all up, mix with olive oil, salt and pepper, minced garlic and any spice that seems to go with your meal or even no additional spices.
Place them on pan on top of parchment paper or a silicone roasting mat in single layer, roast at 425-450 degrees F in the oven for 10-15 minutes. Then, flip them and roast another 10-15 minutes or until done to your liking.
My latest Vlog on exercise and movement as busy physicians.
Pro tip: Don't add it to your "should do" list - add it to your "I get to list" and then commit to it but allow flexibility and self-compassion.
Start low and build up slowly if it's been awhile.
By spending 5 minutes on meals before leaving for work- you can find a healthy breakfast and prep a healthy lunch. Here are my go - to's. You can find your own. You're smart - get your brain working on what way you can get fruits/veggies/whole grains/protein in for breakfast and lunch in fast manner. Making choice in the morning will help you from choosing a less healthy choice at lunch when you're hungry and suffering from decision fatigue.
Have a joy filled day! Tonya
Your years in residency training can be hard, but what if they could also be the best years of your life? A perspective on family medicine residency training that you may not have considered, as offered by an Alaskan resident physician coach.
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