Thursday, March 13, 2014

And I'm Back!!!

Hello blog readers!!! It's been awhile! Sometimes life gets full and blogging falls to the wayside...Anyway, I'm dusting off my blog and planning to post regularly again. I've tidied up my blog a bit and will continue to do so over the coming weeks (or months, because sometimes I'm slow to get around to these things. Like I said, sometimes life gets full), so expect to see some more (hopefully good) changes.

A little catching up...
I'm back in Southern California. My super smart husband finished his master's degree program, so here were are, back where the sun always shines. I so miss Boston, but California has it's perks, too. But I will miss snow days....that glorious call where you discover you don't have to go to work! I'm currently pondering my next career move in OT. So many choices...EI, schools, clinic...which means I have time to freshen up the blog. I'm also doing some fun and exciting work with the brand new Volunteer Leadership Development Committee (VLDC) for AOTA, and I am super excited about going to my very first AOTA conference in a few weeks. If you're going to be at conference, be sure to come say hi at the leadership reception on Friday night. Trust me, this will be a fun and low pressure event. No need to already be a "leader". Just stop by, chat, and learn a little more about leadership in OT. It's going to be awesome! And there will be free appetizers!

Don't forget that you can also follow me on Twitter. And I'm usually pinning away over on Pinterest. I've also had an Instragram account for quite awhile, which I've never used, but I hope to soon. Especially with OT Month and the AOTA conference coming up. Both seem like perfect opportunities to share photos.

It's good to be back!

PS-What do you think of the new blog name? OT Cafe. I want this to be a place to hang out and chat about OT. Kind of like hanging out at your favorite cafe.


  1. Hi Abby, glad you are back to posting, I follow your blog on Bloglovin' and just liked a bunch of your boards on Pinterest!! I love the new name!
    After many years of Mental Health OT with all ages, I recently started a private practice to focus on Executive Functioning deficits, but fine that many of my clients have motor skills issues as well, so I am always glad to have resources for brushing up my skills.
    Looking forward to more of your posts, and have an awesome time at conference, wish I could make it!

    1. Thanks for following, Julie! Your new practice sounds so interesting to me. I would love to hear more about it. Executive functioning deficits seem to be everywhere these days, so I'm sure you're keeping busy and helping so many people!

  2. Welcome back to blogging and California. We should have a meet-up some time.
    Tonya at therapy fun zone

    1. Thanks! It's good to be back. I'm sure we'll run into each other at a conference one of these days!


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