Day 3533: Balance

Yesterday, as I was trying to balance my needs with other people’s needs, I

  • balanced providing individual and group therapy at the Boston hospital where I work,
  • helped prepare my two wonderful co-workers who will be covering three of my groups while I’m on vacation for two weeks,
  • had the delicious macaroni and cheese at the hospital cafeteria for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic (because they only serve it on Fridays and I usually work remotely from my home on Fridays),
  • met with my new electrophysiologist/cardiologist, Dr. Peter Zimetbaum, at the hospital where I work, and
  • felt very relieved about how knowledgeable, encouraging, and willing Dr. Zimetbaum was to collaborate with my long-time cardiologist, Dr. Deeb Salem, who works at a different Boston hospital.

On balance, it was a terrific day.

Do you see balance in my images for today?

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Leave it to today’s Daily Bitch to have the last word on balance.

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “balance.”

I also find this:

Balanced thanks to all who help me keep my balance every day, including YOU!

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8 thoughts on “Day 3533: Balance

  1. I’m so glad that you had a terrific day!
    I am participating in the 3-day novel competition, which is keeping me busy because 3 days is not a very long time in which to write a novel!

    I thought of you when I read this article. I think you would like it!

    https://bc.ctvnews.ca/need-a-little-space-a-hobbit-hole-in-vancouver-throws-open-its-round-doors-1.6054704

  2. The best way to balance between non-smokers and smokers I can think of is for smokers to quit their habit.

  3. Here’s to these two weeks adding balance to your life, Ann!

  4. Enjoy your vacation time, Ann! And may I say once again how much I enjoy your tweets! You balance telling it like it is without moving into snarky or unkind. I admire!

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