Eternal Wellness for Eternal Joy
I’m amazed at how long wellness has been a focus in my life. I’m just returning from my annual trek to the National Wellness Conference which I started attending in 1978 – time flies when you’re having fun and it has been fun all these years!
Joy and dancing break out in the dorm where we eat and sleep at the conference.
Community builds Immunity! Old friends reunite every year to rejuvenate and refill our wellness cup once more.
I’m grateful that my nursing career led me into the wonderful world of wellness early on as it has been a career that has nourished my mind, body and spirit. Can’t beat working in a field that does that!
Even tho I don’t work for “the man” anymore, I have still found ways to carry on my work as an independent practitioner – after all, who says you have to stop working on what you love just because you’ve reached a certain age. Nonsense! Keep doing what you love and relish in the fact that you can create meaningful work on your terms, when you want, where you want and how you want to do that.
So what about you?
Has your work been feeding your soul all these years?
Are you glad your career is ending and don’t want to work anymore?
OR – is there something you’ve been wanting to pursue but never had the time, and now you are ready to embark on a new adventure and excited to get started?
Does it have anything to do with wellness?
The session I presented at the National Wellness Conference Nurses with a Passion for Wellness: An Untapped Source of Wellness Leaders attracted nurses – maybe like you – who have that entrepreneurial spirit and want to carry the wellness message beyond their traditional work and want to continue making a difference in the world helping people get well.
If this sounds like you and you don’t know where to begin, let’s connect and I’ll share all my secrets for putting that plan into action. Click here and we can connect.
Be well on your journey!
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