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    I'm super excited!

    I'm going to be a preschool teacher! After working 10 years in the corporate world I'm switching my career back to teaching.

    Working in the corporate world can feel exhausting, overwhelming and honestly like I'm a human robot.

    I'm excited to do work that's meaningful and rewarding. These little lives are trusting me to guide and help them learn in a safe fun environment. As my mom would say, "I'm up for the job!"

    A big source of my unhappiness stemmed from not being fulfilled in my career. I believe that's why a lot of people are unhappy. Its what we spend most of our lives doing so we should do what we love.

    I love teaching, I love leading by example and I love guiding children who will one day rule the world. They are our future and the responsibility is mine.

    If you can, do it for your mental health, do it for your passion, do it for your life. Live the life you've always dreamed of.

    Switching careers doesn't take away my depression and anxiety but I understand I need to do the things that feeds my soul and exites me in a good way. We're only here for a limited amount of time. I might as well live it how I want to even if that means coloring outside of the lines a little.

    I want to know your experience about a sudden switch in careers. What are you passionate about? Are you doing what you love?

    #Teaching #passion #Children #preschool #Depression #Career #Anxiety #Love #dreams #god #MentalHealth #Trust

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    Stress from pursuing my #passion

    The stress I experience already for years, mainly comes (regardless of the internal factors) from dealing with school and ballet. I'm now in 10th grade. I love dancing and it always will be a part of me, but I don't think,  that doing it professionally in a company would be the best for my body, mental health and general well beeing.  It never was my number one dream and just loving dance and having talent isn't enough. #Ballet #future #School

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    Becoming myself again

    During this journey of becoming diagnosed i have done a lot of research on common house hold items/things you can find in your backyard that can be anti-inflammatory properties. Obviously you want to speak to your doctor about taking these thing but i wanted to share what has helped me get off 50mg of prednisone daily.

    I started to have all the long term use side effects of taking high dose steroids daily. Everything from weight gain to chronic infections. That's when i know i had to do my own research to get myself off these medications (with the help of my physician). That's when i came across tumeric, ginger and sunflower roots.

    Tumeric's main active Component Per the mayo clinic Is Curcumin. Thus giving it its yellow color. But it also has anti-inflammatory properties making it a potential treatment for a number of health conditions i#ncluding reducing pain. One study compared tumeric extract three times daily to taking 1,200mg dose of ibuprofen daily.

    According to NCBI resources Ginger has the potential for treating degenerative disorders, digestive health and Cardiovascular disorders. They found ginger to have anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative properties

    Cleveland clinic has stated that dandelion roots are full of vitamins A, C, K folate, calcium and potassium. Dandelion roots can help reduce chronic inflammation, provide antioxidants, lower cholesterol. Unfortunately science doesn't focus a lot of attention on wild herbs and that needs to change!

    With the help of these three things that can be found in your house/in your backyard I became myself again. There is so much potential for holistic health and western medicine combined. I encourage you to do some research and find out what works for you!

    newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org/discussion/mayo-clinic-q-and-a-tu...

    www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3665023

    health.clevelandclinic.org/dandelion-health-benefits

    #chronic #thriving #passion

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    What's your passion?

    Let's see some pictures of the things that bring you back to good. The things that help you get centered and bring peace to your mind. The things you are passionate about.
    *No pics of people please*
    I'll start... :). #passion #HealthyHabits #Serenity #hobbies #idlehandsarethedevilsplayground

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    Passion

    I just saw a post on Tik Tok, “does anyone not have a passion for anything? Like, I just don’t want to do anything”. It’s so true for me. I’ll go a week and LOVE to read, but then I won’t anymore. I’ll go a week and love to take long walks, then I won’t.....anyone else? #passion #drive

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    What is your #Stress reliever?

    I have been trying to do the best I can to help myself learn while at the same time relax. Yes the process of doing something that requires precision is hard, but I find that through a little hard work and a little bit of skill, anything can be possible.

    In case you are curious, this is a soldering kit. What this does is it will take the input of music and it will change the light pattern coming from the bulbs. It’s supposed to be really cool and I can’t wait to complete it!

    #Hobby #passion #MentalHealth

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    #painting #Art #Therapy #passion

    Wanted to post a painting I’m working on. I’m so self-critical so I think it might be good practice to share my work in a safe space like this one.

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