Happy Friday! Today is the only day of the week when I don’t have class. Which means I actually have time to write a post! (This is clearly way more important than reading, homework, or finishing any of the 12 billion projects I have due throughout this month. -__-)
In case you didn’t know, my friend Abby over at OT Café has an AMAZING new “Day in the Life” series on her blog to celebrate OT Month. She has reached out to OTs all over the place to learn more about what they do, the populations they work with, and what they love about their jobs, and if you’re interested in a career in OT, working in a specific practice area in OT, or learning more about the OT school experience, you should check it out!
All of the posts can be found HERE, and they will be updated throughout the next few weeks as she rolls all of the posts out in April. I’ve been following all of her posts in the series, and it’s great to have practitioner stories and perspectives from different practice settings in mind as I begin thinking about what I’d like to do when I leave school.
Who needs to do work/pay attention in class/be productive on a Friday when you can spend your time being immersed in the wide and wonderful world of OT? (Answer: NOBODY)