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. 

Are you struggling with sleep?  Has it become more difficult to get the sleep you need since we started social distancing? You are not alone! So, why are we struggling to sleep more during COVID-19? There are two main reasons for our increased trouble with sleep.  First, many of us are experiencing higher levels of […]

Things can feel a bit unstable right now and the current situation means many of us are finding ourselves at home juggling a multitude of expectations and roles including work, parenting, cleaning, cooking, teachings, and entertaining. Yoga can be a great practice to incorporate into your self-care routine to help calm, balance and center our […]

I have seen so many wonderful and helpful tools and tricks on how to cope during COVID-19. With the plethora of mental health tips and knowledge, I have summarised some emotional themes that relate to: 1) what many of us are feeling, and  2) what many of us need.    These emotional themes and needs […]

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I don’t know about you but I have noticed a significant shift in my ability to fall asleep with everything going on right now. I seem to get into bed and my mind begins to race with trying to find solutions to the uncertainty I am feeling and worrying about anything I can. My new […]

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Many people in this world are stressed out or grieving. It’s not all about the same thing as coronavirus impacts each of our lives differently and disproportionately.  Some of us are grieving the loss of our roles in life, the loss of our meaningful occupations, the ease of doing things that are important to us. […]

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