Workplace Wellness Links for Libraries 1.2, January 13, 2023

When I first thought about writing a weekly post with links related to health and wellness I envisioned sort of an annotated biography where I shared some thoughts on how and why the links were important to wellness at work. And maybe selecting a theme for each week. Perfect is the enemy of the good. … Continue reading Workplace Wellness Links for Libraries 1.2, January 13, 2023

Library Staff Wellness Links Week of May 17th

  When Work-From-Home Burnout Doesn't Let Up: Expert advice for those caught in a pandemic purgatory of exhaustion and stress burnout can't always be entirely addressed by personal shifts. “It's created as part of a system,” she says. “And you may not be able to yoga and meditate your way out of it.” Sometimes, she adds, you have … Continue reading Library Staff Wellness Links Week of May 17th

Wellness Links Week of May 11, 2021

Articles I read during the week of May 11 that made me think or stuck with me. The photo at the right is Fuchsia in a hanging basket on my patio. How Audie Cornish Went From Feeling Like Journalism's 'Last Dinosaur' To Being One Of NPR's Top Hosts As a life-long overachiever and a person who, … Continue reading Wellness Links Week of May 11, 2021

Reflections on Social Media, Goals, and Conscious Decisions About Time and Energy

  We wrapped up our five-year performance period at my day job, which ended on April 30, 2021. I have been busy filing reports and other loose ends. I took a much-needed week of vacation last week. Just doing some things around the house, but also taking time to reflect. I have started to think … Continue reading Reflections on Social Media, Goals, and Conscious Decisions About Time and Energy

Reading List – Patron Privacy in Libraries in the Digital Age #nisoprivacy

UPDATE: rather than continually updating this blog post I created a site for curation of content.   I was asked to share my reading list for the NISO committee to develop a Consensus Framework to Support Patron Privacy in Digital Library and Information Systems. As with all reading lists, this one is always evolving. I would … Continue reading Reading List – Patron Privacy in Libraries in the Digital Age #nisoprivacy

Two New Library Podcasts You Should be Listening To: Circulating Ideas & Whatever Mathers

There are two new podcasts in libraryland you should be listening to! I know both of these hosts personally and I can't recommend their work enough so check them out! Circulating Ideas Circulating Ideas is a librarian interview podcast hosted by Steve Thomas. Steve has already had some great interviews and I know the line … Continue reading Two New Library Podcasts You Should be Listening To: Circulating Ideas & Whatever Mathers

Top Ten Links 2.44: eBooks, Digital Literacy, Transliteracy, Libraries & Quitting Google

My personally selected top ten from the links I shared on Twitter 10.30.2011 through 11.05.2011. In no particular order: 1. Free eBooks, Piracy & Secondhanding Musing on ebook piracy and free downloads yesterday at Alan Baxter’s blog, I made a passing comparison between the digital distribution of books, whether legally or illegally, and the sale of … Continue reading Top Ten Links 2.44: eBooks, Digital Literacy, Transliteracy, Libraries & Quitting Google