“Where did the day go?”
I used to say this all the time.
I was convinced if I had a few more hours I could finally get everything done.
I was drowning in the phone calls, interruptions, emails, consults and undone charts
My to-do list was never ending
I marked one thing off and 5 more things got added
Working late into the night. Waking up early the next morning. Trying to just catch up.
Despite my best efforts, nothing changed and I was drowning under the piles of work and deadlines.
Constantly running late from one place to the next.
My mind was spinning with what still needed to be done and where I was supposed to be.
I was always thinking of the next thing and could never even relax and enjoy my time with family and friends
I thought if I could just work harder I would finally get it all done
I would finally be able to relax and breathe. I would finally be able to enjoy my life.
I thought it would all be better when I finished residency.
When I finished that assignment. When I finished the next task.
I was always waiting to finally be happy and at peace.
But as the years went on, I learned something they don’t teach you in medical school. Work life balance, getting your charts done on time and completing your to do list will never just happen.
I was not broken. I was not the problem that needed to be solved.
The solution was not to work harder and try to be more organized
The solution to being less stressed was not trying to be more efficient.
I had to learn to manage my mind.
One where your well-being, not your work-load, gets to be the top priority.
Sounds impossible? It’s not. I’ll show you.
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It can all be so different
Think about how amazing that would finally feel…
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