😫 To Managing Holiday Stress
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🍸 To Happy Hour
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👩💻 To A New Position
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🍲 To Cozy Soup
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⏳ To Planning Ahead
Get ahead of the holiday insanity now. Plan now and relax later >
TOGETHER WITH UBER
Share the joy this festive season with Uber for Business
Whether you’re treating your entire team or showing appreciation to a few special clients, elevate your holiday gifting by sending Uber vouchers from the Uber for Business dashboard.
Set parameters such as date and time to control how vouchers are redeemed. Plus, only pay for rides and meals that your recipients actually use, so you never overpay. Whether employees are working from home or across the country, vouchers reach users wherever they are.
Make people feel special. Celebrate connection with Uber.
Uber Vouchers Terms and Conditions can be found here.
FROM ANNIE CRONER, EA & COACH
Arguing with reality
My son Sammy is my parents’ first grandbaby.
Eager to spoil her grandson, my mom brings fun books and toys whenever she comes to visit. One time, she brought Sammy a book with satisfying little buttons that make a popping noise whenever you push them.
There is one button that doesn’t work and won’t stay “popped” whenever Sammy pushes it.
Inevitably this leads to a lot of frustration because the button “should” work correctly.
Sammy has tried everything.
He’s tried holding the button down.
He’s tried examining the button from the other side.
He’s tried shrieking at the button.
He’s tried getting numerous adults to fix the broken button for him.
In the same way Sammy argues with the reality of this broken button, perhaps you’re arguing with some aspect of your own reality:
You think other people should behave better or be more invested in their work.
You feel slighted when you don’t get the recognition you deserve.
You harbor resentment when someone breaks an agreement.
You think those around you should be more supportive, helpful, or kind.
You obsess over your situation. It takes up so much unnecessary headspace.
Headspace you could spend adding value, learning a new skill, or being present with yourself, family, or friends.
Arguing with reality is different from changing it.
You change reality by first accepting it (literally the opposite of arguing or resisting it).
Acceptance frees you up to see and assess all your options more clearly. You can embrace a more abundant mindset, and make decisions that feel empowered and not simply reactive.
How do you want to show up for the “broken buttons” in your life?
I want to encourage you… you do have a choice.
TOGETHER WITH OHZA
Game Changing Sangrias & Mimosas
Skip the mess and hassle of getting all the ingredients mixed together for the perfect Sangria and check out our latest weekend obsession — Ohza!
They make tasty better-for-you sangrias and mimosas that are conveniently packaged and delivered right to your doorstep.
A QUOTE TO LIVE BY
From Joan Rivers
“I enjoy life when things are happening. I don’t care if it’s good things or bad things. That means you’re alive.”
Show to binge 📺 :
Song to bump 🎵:
people pleaser by Cat Burns
Mean Girl Podcast
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Ares & Athena
Everyone say “hi” to Ares and Athena, six-year-old Rottweiler siblings.
They both think of themselves and small dogs…if someone is crying you’ll have half of a 100lb+ dog in your lap.