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Errin Weisman, DO

Errin Weisman, DO is a life coach, podcaster and fierce wellness advocate who helps inspire female physicians and working moms to do the work they love and absolutely love life. Her work in the world is to openly tell how she faced professional burnout early in her family medicine career so that no one feels alone, all know that change is possible because “if she can do it, so can I” and that you can have a joy-filled and sustainable career.

She lives and practices life coaching and medicine in rural Southwestern Indiana, loves her roles as farmer’s wife, athlete and mother of three. Besides being sassy, she enjoys getting mud on her shoes, teaching her children to catch tadpoles and reading a great fantasy novel.

You can find out more about Dr. Weisman on her podcast Doctor Me First, her new website Burntout to Badass or hang out on LinkedIn Errin Weisman DO.

Websites: doctormefirst.com and burntouttobadass.com

An Interview with Dr. Weisman

How do you get your family to eat well? Honestly, I can’t say that I ‘get’ my family to eat well. I offer choices and on the good days, they try something new and I call it a win. This persistent patience is starting to work (after 9 years) as I’ve started to see my youngest eat green peppers like apples and my oldest coming home from school telling me about the new foods he tried at lunch! #momwin

How do you get your family to exercise? I lead by example. As a past college athlete, I still love volleyball and other sports so I participate in local rec leagues. By demonstrating that I can do it, my children have been more apt to try new activities as well. Also living in rural Indiana, we spend much of our time in the woods or corn fields exploring or puddle jumping.

What do you do for yourself to stay well? Digital detox! Turning off the alerts on my phone, grabbing a great fantasy fiction novel or going for a hike in the woods are my go-tos. I’ve found less screentime absolutely improves my wellness.


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