Find a trusted friend that you can call for advice. It’s amazing how your friend is able to share a bit wisdom … and it’s is just the help you needed. You’re whole spirit rises to a new level. Then it hit me how blessed I am, to have such incredible friends in my life.
So it’s really true … every day may not be awesome, but there is something awesome to appreciate in every day including the friend who helped by listening!
Do the holidays fill you with happiness or apprehension?
You have the most pressure when planning, cooking, decorating, shopping, coordinating, buying gifts, preparing food or any of the many other holiday happenings at this time of year. There is just too much to do. And that doesn’t include so little time.
You go from elation to exhaustion – So how do you avoid the holiday stress. It’s a fact, Women suffer more stress than men.
- Here are some good ideas so that your leftover candy does not go to waste, or to your midriff.
- Send it to the troops. There are several organizations that let you donate your leftover Halloween candy to the troops.
- Donate it. You can donate your leftover Halloween candy to a local nursing home or women’s shelter or food bank.
- Bake with it. There are so many recipes that can be found online some of our favorites include Butterfinger Cake, Tootsie Roll surprise cupcakes and cookies topped with M&Ms.
- Bring it to the office.
- Stuff a Piñata with it.
- Use it for stocking stuffers or gifts. You can purchase holiday themed bags and. Most candy will still be good to eat in December.
- Freeze it for later. Most candy freezes well. You can freeze candy in small plastic bags to use for baking or special treats later. You can even use your thawed out candy to decorate a gingerbread house in the winter.
- Use it for teacher’s gifts.
The Difference Between Your Job and Your Work
So what IS the difference between your job and your work? Let’s find out.
- Your job is what you do for other people. Your work is what you primarily do for yourself.
- Your job is what you do for compensation. Your work is what you do for fulfillment.
- Your job is given to you by someone else. Your work is something you give to yourself.
- Your job is something you’re trained to do. Your work is what you’re born to do.
- Your job relies on your skill. Your work relies on your core gift(s).
- Your job will eventually let you retire. With you work, you wouldn’t WANT to retire, because you love it so much and it blesses the world so much.