Two Crow Blog
Here’s five things that may help you to manage and survive burn out. Now these may sound like a no brainer, but sometimes reflecting on them can help!
- Acknowledge your burnout is real.
- Prioritize self-care.
- Give yourself healthy distractions.
- Connect with others.
- Set realistic goals.
- Meet Madison at @MedicallyMadison, an advocate for Dysautonomia, POTS, and EDS who you should be following. She shares her story with us, how she got started, and some of her best advice to anyone struggling.
"I totally fell into patient advocacy on accident. It started when I created my Instragam, MyIBSLife, which was just a dumb meme account I started as a way to sarcastically cope with the struggles and anxieties I have everyday with IBS... I realized how many thousands of other people struggled with the same exact problems, and became passionate about raising awareness on all types of gut issues and chronic illnesses."
Morganna does makeup and advocacy, pairing the two to help normalize how difficult things can be when you’re struggling with an invisible disability. Her makeup tutorials and experiments are on point, and today she’s sharing her reasons for advocating"
- "In March 2020, I became sick, and I never got better. It was such a struggle trying to figure out what was wrong with me - it shouldn’t have to take years. I advocate so it doesn’t take even longer for myself and for others." ~Allison Tennyson (@microcatmachine)