So here is some of the reason that this blog hasn’t gotten my attention. It’s an awesome reason!
I’ve been working on a project called Booster Jots and it’s taken a good deal of time and energy to get this amazing little firework off the ground. Booster Jots sells and donates packages for a medical labeling system for kids (and adults who aren’t already too set in their ways to give it a try).
The concept is simple, pause a moment and think about what you want to receive as part of your care, create a label to represent that, then intentionally call that into your experience.
This particular company and project focuses on working with kids who need some sort of medical treatment either acutely or chronically, but the Booster Jots concept can apply to any of us who are ingesting anything at any time really. Heck, I used it on water bottles for years.
The thing is, it’s important to think about what we actually want. It matters.
It’s important both for patients and their care providers to recognize and be open to what feels good, helpful, joyful, or important to patients as part of their treatments. There is value here.
This is an important concept for a person in medical treatment (particularly for little ones who are growing up in ongoing medical treatments), but it’s also important just as a humans who have choices about what we want to bring in to our lives.
I have seen the Booster Jots concept change things in beautiful ways, in my own life, and with little ones and families that I have worked with over the years. It is important and empowering and will change health care as it touches more and more lives. I know this.
Curious? You should be ;).