Susie Boyce

How to experience more moments of happiness — even in 2020

How to experience more moments of happiness — even in 2020

Susie Boyce, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Aug 13th - 8:42pm

Happiness researchers have dug deep and wide to figure out what makes humans happy. Their findings offer valuable insights that can help us navigate the ever-changing, often-worrisome landscape of 2020.
Susie Boyce: 'Welcome to the pandemic!' My COVID-19 experience

Susie Boyce: 'Welcome to the pandemic!' My COVID-19 experience

Susie Boyce, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Jul 29th - 8:36pm

What was it like to self-isolate for two weeks? Knowing I was carrying a lethal virus was like nothing I'd ever felt before, and I was determined not to even come close to exposing anyone.
Why historians say we should all be journaling during COVID-19

Why historians say we should all be journaling during COVID-19

Susie Boyce, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted May 4th - 8:25pm

We're currently living during a once-in-a-hundred-years pandemic. Failing to document a COVID-19 story probably won't matter much. But failing to document any of our COVID-19 stories could matter a great deal more than we realize.
How to calm your mind and restore your hope during times of stress

How to calm your mind and restore your hope during times of stress

Susie Boyce, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Apr 6th - 7:36pm

Extended periods of stress and uncertainty — such as a global pandemic — are inevitable and beyond our control. But there are some simple activities we can do to help calm the mind, restore hope and find healing.
Anatomy of a traumatic brain injury: Why so much fatigue and brain fog?

Anatomy of a traumatic brain injury: Why so much fatigue and brain fog?

Susie Boyce, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Mar 18th - 8:48pm

People would comment that I looked great and seemed to be recovering remarkably well after my accident. There was some truth to that, but few knew what it took for me to just show up.
Traumatic brain injuries: Once upon a time, there was a mom walking in a parking lot

Traumatic brain injuries: Once upon a time, there was a mom walking in a parking lot

Susie Boyce, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Mar 2nd - 7:42pm

I always knew how lucky I was to have survived the accident — especially with no broken bones or internal bleeding. The gut punch, then, came when I realized how little I truly understood about my traumatic brain injury.
Susie Boyce: What Fred Rogers, Andy Reid and orphans in Mexico taught me about real love

Susie Boyce: What Fred Rogers, Andy Reid and orphans in Mexico taught me about real love

Susie Boyce, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Feb 10th - 8:21pm

Following a life-changing volunteer experience in Mexico, I've been asking myself: How do I train my brain love like it did back at that orphanage while I'm here at home? Maybe the best way is by looking to those who have paved the way before.
Find a Sherpa, be a Sherpa: How to rise above your own adversities

Find a Sherpa, be a Sherpa: How to rise above your own adversities

Susie Boyce, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Jan 27th - 7:31pm

New Year's resolutions generally start out feeling as manageable but end up taking on mammoth proportions. Like climbing a mountain. Alone. With no equipment. Such occasions often require a "Sherpa" to get you going.