Life balance | Veterinary Economics

Life balance

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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jul 21, 2017
I helped my overworked, stressed-out, freaking-out self by creating a support group online for veterinarians and veterinary team members who feel the same way.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jul 07, 2017
Do you pull the strings in your life and career? Or do you think luck, fate and other people are the deciding factor in your happiness and success?
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jul 07, 2017
People with an internal "locus of control"—who believe that they have control over their destinies and that their actions matter—are happier and healthier. But making changes in your life isn't as easy for everybody, and we need to acknowledge that more than we do.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jul 07, 2017
Believing you have some control over the events in your life is crucial to happiness and could make a huge difference in your personal life and veterinary career.
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FIRSTLINE: Jul 07, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
When life in veterinary medicine gives you lemons, do you make lemonade ... or get squished? Find out more about how you see the world with this quick quiz.
 
VETTED: Jul 03, 2017
Pained veterinary associates get the help they need in our first “Vets Ask Dr. Dave.”
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jun 29, 2017
For young associate Dr. Greenskin, the biggest choice of her life in buying the practice from old Dr. Codger feels like a question of time: Time for family and personal life … or time traded for money and career fulfillment. Which will she choose?
 
VETTED: Jun 22, 2017
The key to contentment is embracing what brings you passion—even if it's a downer at times—as well as those things that bring pure joy.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jun 20, 2017
Literature show that precaution in the workplace is essential for women of childbearing age.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: May 31, 2017
My friend put me in charge of an important part of a big party with 150 people—an extrovert’s dream, an introvert’s nightmare. Find out how my busy practice-owning self got out of it (sort of).