Dr Carney shares tools to use in a personal well-being plan and how the pandemic changed our view on work-life balance
In this interview, Katelyn Carney, DVM, DACVIM (LAIM), shares 3 tips for what to include in your personal well-being plan. She also discusses how the pandemic impacted our view of well-being as a society and how it changed our opinion on what a work-life balance should really look like.
Carney is currently completing a MA Ed degree with a trauma and resilience in educational environments concentration. Her professional interests include the science of learning, the science of well-being, project management, and career development. She is a certified Eight Active Ingredients of Tai Chi instructor under Peter Wayne, PhD, author of The Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi.
The following is a partial transcript of the video.
Katelyn Carney, DVM, DACVIM (LAIM): The "personal well-being plan," you could Google that and get so many ideas. They're all out there. I like to shape it a little bit differently. For me, it goes back to that idea of human flourishing...And your personal well being plan is different for different moments in your life.
The pandemic shook things up for all of our well-being, didn't it? It challenged how we think about what work-life balance means. It challenged how we think about work, how we think about life. What are our priorities? I think the pandemic asked us to find our new normal. And so what that means for wellbeing for each of us, I think is different.
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