#BreakThings: One Day More
Someone asked me yesterday how I was feeling about the presidential election. I told her to ask me again at noon on January 20, 2021.
Even with decades of political experience, I still have no idea what will happen tomorrow. Or the next day. Or the day after that.
But I do know this … regardless of who wins, we have the power to decide how we let it impact us and this nation.
We may feel powerless to force change, but we’re not. We just have to focus on what we can change both alone and together. Whether it’s our mindset, our behaviors, our communities, or our society.
No matter what happens with the election, it isn’t the end, it’s the beginning.
When you start to feel your stress levels rising, this article can help you get from beginning to end in one piece. It teaches you about Stress Cycles and how to complete them quickly so they don’t ruin your day.
I’ve been doing intermittent fasting for most of my adult life. I hate eating breakfast, so skipping it is pretty easy. But this article from Camille Styles got me thinking about all of the different types of fasts you can do and the pros and cons of each.
If you’re in need of casual pieces, do not miss the Madewell 40% off sale items offer. From sweaters to coats to jeans, they have it all for getting your casual cold weather wardrobe ready.
Considering a COVID-forced career change? This WaPost article discusses the risks and rewards of using this time to make a big leap or take a step back in your career.
This pineapple juice and apple cider vinegar morning shot fell into my Pinterest feed yesterday, so I made it this morning. Surprisingly refreshing. But next time, I would use pineapple juice with less sugar.