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SLP Corner: 5 Tips for Self-Care This Summer

[Source; Crazy Speech World]

Well heyyyyy stranger!  I could totally be talking to myself, it’s been so long since I’ve done a blog post.  It’s not you, it’s me…I’m gonna be honest, the end of the school year chewed me up and spit me out.  I literally spent the first week decompressing.  And by decompressing, I mean I laid on the couch, watched the entire series of Dawson’s Creek, and barely lifted a finger to do anything else.  I was exhausted.  And I guess, as school SLPs, you know exactly what I mean… the end of the year is no joke. But it’s week 2 and I made some promises to myself, I can learn to relax in productive, healthy ways.  Ways that make my mind and body feel renewed, not like a sloth… and I love a sloth, but I don’t wanna be one.  They grow fungus in their fur.  Ick.

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