Manage episode 342825962 series 2782356
Jess Serdikoff Romola, dietitian supervisor and host of The Empowering Dietitians Podcast responds to a listener question about burnout, motivation, and creating a routine when building a business while working from home. This episode will be the first part of a two-part answer, with this week's episode addressing the idea of boundaries, routines, and how in a capitalist society we often feel pressured to have routines...even when they may not be serving or benefiting us. Jess draws parallels between the urge to have routines along with our fear of rest, and some of the fears our clients have around permission to eat foods they love but feel they "shouldn't". And in the end, she makes a big announcement -- see below for details!
If you liked this episode, you may also like:
- -Episode 50, 5 Time-Based Reasons You're Burnt Out: https://empoweringdietitians.com/podcast/050-time-based-burnout
- -Episode 75, The Antidote to Hustle Culture: https://empoweringdietitians.com/podcast/075-slowness-vs-hustle-culture
- -Episode 104, One Right Way - White Supremacy Culture in Dietetics: https://empoweringdietitians.com/podcast/104-one-right-way
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