Jocelyn K. Glei on Hurry Slowly
Key takeaways from this conversation:
- How to be tender with yourself when you're procrastinating
- Why now is a good time to cling less tightly to our goals
- How an "inputs retreat" can help you recover from burnout
- Why it's a good idea to make a "keep doing" list
- How to feel like you're doing "enough"
Listen to this episode of the podcast Hurry Slowly, which features Jocelyn K. Glei. In it, she talks about the concept of tender discipline.
Putting the Me in Mental Health
Self-care is community care. When library staff and individuals work on bolstering personal resilience during stressful times like the pandemic, they can better serve their communities and in turn be a source of support. Nora Franco, Consumer Health Librarian from the Network of the National Library of Medicine Pacific Southwest Region (NNLM PSR), discusses resources such as MedlinePlus, SAMSHA, and NAMI, among others, to use along your mental health journey. Discover strategies to use along your mental health journey and ensure you are your own priority.
This webinar was sponsored by California Libraries Learn (CALL). CALL is a collaborative project of the California Library Association and the California State Library, and is supported in whole or in part by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian.
The Comprehensive Guide to Resisting Overcommitment
From Uproot, The Comprehensive Guide to Resisting Overcommitment "can help readers to recognize signs of overcommitment, encourage readers to consider commitments comprehensively, and provide readers with practical suggestions for managing service engagements." It includes four sections: