Welcome to the 'Do What You Love' Blog! Here you will find stories, reflections, ideas, knowledge sharing, and evidence-based general education about ways that we can adapt to our daily activities, practice compassion, have hope and be with ourselves when it's hard and we're heading into the unknown, and discuss current issues and the actions we can take to grow occupational justice so more people can choose to do what we love beyond COVID. 

Its 2020 which means ANYTHING can happen, good or bad. The holiday’s this year, specifically Thanksgiving and Christmas in the US, will likely be a little differently than normal for everyone.  This year for Thanksgiving, my family and I have decided to not do the big gathering like we typically do with extended family. Instead, […]

Statistics reveal that on average 3.8 billion people in the world use social media (Dean, 2020). Social media has become an outlet for individuals to start and maintain connections with others. At the tip of our fingers, we are able to be present with the world and all the people in it. Especially during COVID-19, […]

Hearing messages of, ‘wash your hands’, ‘don’t leave the house’, ‘disinfect all surfaces’ and ‘the world has become a dangerous place’, have become the norm in our current pandemic. But what if these messages were already an internal liturgy that individuals faced? What if the existing unfounded fears of dirt, mess and infection and intrusive […]