This is the final part of a 3 part series on the evidence behind sustainable change in happiness. In this part we’ll look at how these concepts discussed can be put to work to cause a measurable and sustainable happiness increase. Specifically, how to choose and implement activities. Continue reading “The Pursuit of Happiness Part 3: Implementing Change and Person-Activity Fit”
“Hey are you ok?” I heard as I came to, hand numb from lying in the snow. A slightly familiar face, the guy who hit me, faded in, his voice slowly muted by the nearing ambulance sirens. “I got hit by a truck!” I thought as a wave of nausea gripped me and I swallowed it down before taking inventory of my body.
Continue reading “Getting hit by a truck: Gratitude in the face of adversity”
I’ve been in a bit of a funk lately with medicine. Lots of patients, 2 young kids, no vacation for a while owing to partner leaving and no nearby family. I love my job choice of medicine. It’s easy to overlook all the good things about a career in medicine and as bloggers we often try to identify problems with our job so we can offer solutions. So I decided to write down some things I’m grateful for in medicine, a gratitude post. Continue reading “Gratitude Blog Journal”