Problems of An Overworked Librarian #9

When schools give out summer reading lists to students…with books that are either out of print or the wrong title.

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Problems of An Overworked Librarian #8

Trying to get (or keep) the attention of your young patrons…

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Problems of An Overworked Librarian #7

How you look when someone says librarian’s don’t actually do work and it is an easy job


Problems of an Overworked Librarian #6

Searching for a new program activity when your supplies for your original planned activity don’t arrive on time.

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Problems of an Overworked Librarian #5

When school dismissal approaches:

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Problems of an Overworked Librarian #4

When you have to deal with the continue incompetence and ignorance from not one, but three managers…who finds it beneath them to talk you, especially when it deals with the duties of your job.

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Anxious Much? Book Lovers Guide to Relieve Anxiety

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Everyday life can get overwhelming and stressful at times. This is a common emotion that happens to people most of the time. But there are some, including myself, that suffers extreme bouts of extreme emotions of stress and panic attacks that can crumple them emotionally and physically. This is an anxiety disorder that I have been dealing with since I was young. Anxiety is not something that goes away but it is an emotion that can be maintained and controlled. When I get high anxiety, there are some useful methods that cal me down and I would like to share with you, especially for those book lovers who needs new ways to relax:dies

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1. Reading – This an obvious activity. Studies have shown that reading relaxes the mind. So this a top activity to do relieve anxiety. But for the times when your anxiety reaches a high point, what I suggest is to read in a quiet place, like a nice isolated sport in a park or a quiet room in your house. Try not to read on the train or the bus (especially if you live in a big city like I do. Having peace and quiet on public transportation will be difficult). Keep your phone and computer away from you. Take that time to take a break from technology. If you like having music while reading, I advise classical music. The soothing, calming music will be relaxing.

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Problems of An Overworked Librarian #3

When the higher ups change the website (or another feature) again and you’re still trying to get use to the old one…

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