Enjoy this list of fun, festive and unique ways for sharing the holiday spirit and gift giving this season.
1. Let's start with the Thoughtful Ways to Brighten the Holidays, since we often since get often caught up in the hustle and bustle of season. We tend to forget the simple ways we can make this season more festive and bring cheer to our lives and into our communities - all of which won't cost you any more than your time and energy!
2. Shop Uncommon Goods for creative, original gifts that go beyond ordinary. Find unique household items, interesting puzzles/games, and an incredible variety of virtual "do it yourself" and "how to" experiences that will be sure to create fun memories!
3. Unique Corporate Gift Ideas - Here’s some great advice for the dos and don’ts of corporate gift giving, along with a list of ideas for the clients and/or employees on your list. A couple things I'd add to the list are gifting a solar charger power bank to charge devices, an extra day off to your employees, or eco-friendly corporate gift from Clove & Twine.
31 Energizing Book Recommendations - See the list!
Book 1 | Positive Intelligence by Shirzad Chamine
This book is fueled with incredible strategies and exercises to defuse your mental saboteurs so you can power more happiness, fulfillment, and productivity.
Book 2 | Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck
A must read about why you need to unplug from fixed mindset and plug into the power of a growth mindset to fuel greater success and transform your life!
Book 3 | Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown
An energizing book about the power of doing less so you can focus on doing what's better. (It's all about focusing on the big rocks, if you're a 7 Habits fan!)
I know I've been guilty of wanting circumstances to be perfect, waiting for the perfect time, or needing things to be perfect. Hey, I’m an engineer, and my excuse has always been perfectionism comes with the territory.
...from making sure a huge project I was working on was fully completed,
...to transitioning responsibilities on new projects that were gettin just started,
...to having a couple of client contracts already in place.
The day I left my job was Friday, March 13, 2020 - the day, now infamously known as the day our whole world changed!