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It’s Going to Be a Minute: My Plan, Or Lack-There-Of, For This Next Stage In Life

One thing that I have come to realize as I have looked over these past 7 months is that before Covid-19, my life was incredibly full.  It was full of good intentions and a lot of meetings that didn’t seem to be for any other reason than to make me feel important.  I came to realize that I needed to say “no” to opportunities, meetings and activities of all kinds.  On the surface there was nothing wrong with what I was doing, but as I began evaluating my life, I saw that the people and places I was needing to invest my time in were getting overlooked and pushed aside.

As I began to say “no” and finish up commitments, I started to have more life and joy again.  I realized that I didn’t need to run myself ragged so that I could hopefully eventually “do what I want in the future”.  I began to understand that I needed to focus on the now and be present for those in my life.

It’s been a paradigm shifting 7 month journey, but it has been one that was needed. I believe that what would have taken me 2-3 years to learn and put into practice was sped up because I was faced with hard truths and made the needed changes.  I would never wish a pandemic on anyone or any community, but I am choosing to make the most of this situation.  I am choosing to slow down and dig into where I have been planted.  I have been focusing more on my family, coworkers, and neighbors, and as I have done this it has been life giving.  

In focusing on who is next to me and the opportunities I have today, I have been able to build stronger relationships and get opportunities that always seemed to elude me in the past.  I have learned that to have an impact on the community you are a part of, it is about more than voting, talking or marching, but taking consistent action over time.  I am far from perfect and don’t have many answers, but one thing I do know is that when we slow down and take root where we are, we start to have the impact we really long for.  My life… it’s pretty ordinary, and it’s just the way I want it. 

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How To Best Help Your Customers And Those In Your Community.

In all this craziness the one thought that pops into my mind is “How can I help?” It is literally all consuming and it is tough for me to not try and overthink this and go to grand gestures. The thing is, grand gestures wouldn’t work long term for our family as it would put us in tough financial times or worse.

In talking this idea over with my wife, she keeps on reminding me that as long as we all play our part in practicing social distancing, that is the way we can help. It isn’t big, but it is needed.

Another way that I am going to help is by sending encouraging hand written letters. Encouragement and a reminder that the person receiving the letter has value and purpose. We need to hold onto those truths, that we have value and purpose, or else this will be a journey too dark and long for many. Figure out a joy or talent of yours and share that with those in your community. Thats how we can help our customers, teammates, and those around us.

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How What You Eat Affects Your Business

I think it’s pretty obvious that if you are in an office environment and you eat a helthy diet full of fiber, all that gas may not be the best thing for you.  That my friends is not what we’re talking about, well not entirely.
My question to you is what foods are you eating that are a vice and  are bad for your health in the long run?
For me, it’s sweets.  There isn’t much I wouldn’t do for a delicious sweet. Doesn’t matter if it’s a baked good or my daughters chocolate bunny from Easter.  Side note, the bunny is from  three months ago and she still has not taken a bite, so cool your jets.
Sweets don’t seem like the worst thing, but when you can shovel in hundreds of grams of sugar in an instant… some may say you have an issue.  It’s only in the aftermath that I realize how bad of a decision  it was to add a pound of caramel sauce to my ice cream and have a couple handfuls of chocolates on the side.
When I eat all those sweets, I end up feeling sick and lethargic.  The next day I feel like I have to do twice as much activity or give up sweets for a year to balance off what I just consumed.
When we overconsume whatever our vice is, it affects our general health and I believe we catch more colds and have lest restful sleep.
One phrase that I try and live by that helps me more times than not is “just because I can, doesn’t mean I should.” Just because I can consume enough sweets to make Willy Wanka blush, doesn’t mean I should.  When I live and eat in moderation, I feel better. When I am feeling at my best, I am at my most creative.  When I am rested and feeling fit, I have a better disposition and things seem to go more smoothly.
What we eat affects our health, and our health affects our business in more ways than we could realize.  What more could you have done if you were well rested and had the full capacity of your mind to crush that project?  How many more sales could you have closed if you were at the office instead of taking a sick day because of the sniffles.  If instead of feeling like a “fatty fatty two by four who can’t fit through the kitchen door,” you felt fit and healthy and like you could conquer the world, what more could you have done?
Remember, what you eat and put in your body affects everything.  What vice of yours, that is taking away from your general health and your ability to be the best you at work, do you need to be more mindful of?
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For Better or Worse, In Sickness and in Health

 

These past 11 days have been rather unique.  I recently had surgery on my hip… yes, I am 31 years old and had to get some work done on my right hip.  Even though it was outpatient surgery it still shook things up quite a bit.  I have been on crutches, unable to drive, limited in some of my functions and mobility, and have had to be far less active than I normally am.  Through all of these changes and issues, my wife has been a freaking beast and has killed it.

“For better or worse, in sickness and in health.”  Most of us whom are married have uttered these words, and over these past 11 days my wife has perfectly executed on them.  I am blown away at her level of service and how she so deeply cared for me.  She met my every need and then some. She was always there asking what I needed and offered up help and solutions to problems and wants I didn’t even know that I had

It’s in these inciting incidents, these moments of giant change, when we as people can really shine and make an impact, and that is what my wife did.  It has encouraged me to take my game up to 11 and serve her not because of what she has done for me, but because she is more than worth it.  When you are served and loved in this way, it only encourages you to do the same.  So please let this blog not only honor my wife, but be an encouragement to you to honor those words, “For better or worse, in sickness and in health.” Let this blog be an encouragement to look around you and serve well those that are in your life.

Who is in your life that you need to serve well, and how can you live it out today?

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Keep Pressing Forward: A Simple Truth To Remember

 

Sometimes it’s the simple truths that have the biggest impact, yet it’s those same truths that seem to slip from our mind time and time again.

As I was reading one of my favorite bloggers / idea-guy’s, Jon “The Mythic Man” Acuff, he mentioned a simple truth that has been sticking with me ever since.  “Where you are is just for now… it’s not forever.”  In reading this, it hit me like a ton of bricks.  As I have been mulling this truth over in my mind a couple of examples started to form.

The first is with my kids. My wife and I are in an extremely tough season with whiney kids, whom we love dearly, that have so much energy and always seem to be hungry.  There are times we ask ourselves, “Do you think we will miss this stage?”  We always answer yes with the understanding that we won’t miss all the whining, but we will miss this stage of life that is so precious and innocent.  Soon and very soon we will blink our eyes and they will be in middle school with acne on their face. Then we will blink again and they will be in college and swooning over their “true loves.”  We will blink once more and they will be out on their own, carrying on the Stippich legacy and possibly have their own families.  As I said, where we are is just for now… it’s not forever.  

The other example is with my job.  I love getting to partner with so many people and have so many conversations about all sorts of topics.  I am also an avid learner and consumer of content which has helped me have better conversations with those I interact with.  Is my job perfect, heck no, but it has offered me unbelievable experiences that I wouldn’t trade for anything.  In moments where I may be frustrated at my current standing, I go back to the simple truth that where I am is just for now…It’s not forever.  I have no idea how long I will be with my current company, but what I do know is that I am going to act as if it’s for 30 years, yet hold it loosely for whatever opportunity comes my way.  

 We all need to take a moment to breath in those moments of stress and realize that they won’t last forever.  Remember, that as long as you are learning and growing, pressing into relationships, and preparing yourself for the next opportunity, wherever you are is just for now…it’s not forever. 

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