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Holly's Self-Care Plan
Transcript of Holly's Self-Care Plan
Too busy to have fun
Not being able to fix every situation I come in contact with
Not having enough time in a day to finish everything I want to do
My Stress Relievers Traveling Reading my Bible
Journaling "The best way to find yourself
is to lose yourself in the
service of others"
"Consider it pure joy, whenever you face trails of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith produces perserverance. Let perserverance finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking in anything" James 1:2-4 Certain thoughts are prayers. There are moments when, whatever be the attitude of the body, the soul is on its knees. ~Victor Hugo More Stress Relievers
Playing with my fur baby, Bella
Listening to music
Cleaning the house
Baking-cookies, brownies, and cupcakes
Reading-my bible, leisure books (Nicholas Sparks
Watching Reality T.V.- The "Bachelor", "Say Yes to the Dress", "New York Ink"
That video gives me inspiration that I am destine for greatness. A self-care plan will help me stay healthy, make time for myself and avoid burn-out. It is important to understand the warning signs of burn out and know what I am going to do as a professional when I am feeling that way.
I am so very bless for all the oppourtunites I have been given. I am excited to see where the future will take me as a Social Worker. If it wasn't for the man upstairs, testing me along the way, I wouldn't be the person I am today.
John 3:16-"For God so loved the world that he gave his only son, so that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life." Journaling about my week or
when I am feeling stressed, helps
me process the situation and look at it from
all angles. I can also go back and reread about past situations. I love to sporadically
travel when I am feeling
overwhelmed. Traveling helps
me escape reality for a few days. I love being immersed in a new city, town or culture. The
time away helps me come back and look
at work and life with "new" eyes. Running outside for miles and miles, helps me
think about life and process situtaions. I like to see how far I can push myself physically. I turn up my music and forget about everything else I have going on. There is something empowering about knowing I finished a long run. It gives my body an emotional break for a hour or so. This helps me understand how
God expects me to act in stressful times.
It keeps me motivated to push myself and
achieve the goals he has set for me. It also keeps me in check with the woman I want to be. Faith is a huge part of my life and upbringing and something I want to instill in my children. The quiet moments in prayer or absorbed in the God's word keeps me grounded. I always try to make everyone
happy or be the "peace maker." I
am a granddaughter, daughter,
fiance, step-mother, friend, employee,
and student. Balancing all these relaionships can be tricky. I am pursuing my Bachelors in Social Work. My dream is to get my Masters in Social work and become an LSW, LCSW. I want to do therapy with children or work for a faith based organization. The first step to achieving all these goals is to graduate with my BSW; however, it is hard to not think about the future and fret about what is to come. I currently work for Southern Hills Counseling Center. I work in a group home with mental ill clients. My job is to teach them independent living skills; therefore, they can return to independent living. I help do anything from household cleaning and cooking to teaching individual session on different skills. These skills range from anger management to coping skills to everything in between. I love my job and am blessed to be working in the social work field already.