I’m Stuck!!?

I’ve been feeling the need to write, a lot, lately. I feel like I am so stuck in my career and not quite sure how to “goo gone” myself. I am currently working a job that doesn’t fulfill my passions or even make me a better person. The feedback I’ve been getting whilst interviewing for […]

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Rain on my Parade

I’ve been a Certified Child Life Specialist since November of 2017. I moved back to Oregon in May (since previously living in Michigan for 7 months) On my drive back home I was asked to start a job two days later. (I never applied for this job, but one of my old soccer coaches from […]

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Update

Hi Fellow Child Lifers, Thought it’s been awhile and I feel the need to do an update! I’ve been working on getting PDUs now that I’m certified, though not actively practicing. I got a job working for a DME (durable medical equipment) company that dispenses medical equipment (such as knee braces, crutches, walking boots, slings..etc). […]

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Happenings

So, last you heard, I was working. Well, now you’re reading that I quit my job. I worked at the daycare for about 1+ month. Things didn’t work out because my husband (who plays hockey) was moved to a team in NY. Working 7+ days with a tiny dog at home didn’t work for me […]

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New Job

I got a new job about three weeks ago working in a daycare/school. I hate it. Let me tell you why. While I have learned a lot about the psychosocial aspects of healthy preschoolers, I have been sick for 3 straight weeks. Let me tell you why. Kids don’t wash their hands. Kids have their […]

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LAST DAY AS AN INTERN

This blog post reflects on my time as an intern. Per my last post, those were things that I, in my profession of child life, will live by. Today I sit in the office, ready to pack my things up and move forward in this profession. Though I will reflect on my time as an […]

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Finger Puppets!

One of the most popular group activities I chose to do were finger puppets! Long story short, I helped about 10 people cast their fingers in the playroom (most wanted to do all five fingers), and we let them dry. While they were drying I got paints, stickers, and markers ready so that once the […]

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