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There are great coaches and there are terrible coaches. Yup, I said it. I brought up the negative because ALL coaches have the power to change lives. We learn great things from great coaches and we learn what NOT to do when we have bad coaches. Our destiny is shaped by the people who mentor us. We could have a wonderful coach who bridges gaps and leads us to the next level or we can have a coach who deters us from ever trying again. Either way, there are so many types of coaches that fall between great and terrible because styles and temperaments are varied as well.
I’m sure people are getting sick of me constantly talking about Prosecco all the time. For the record, I’m not sponsored by a Prosecco company (yet). But I simply MUST bring up this topic again because today is National Prosecco Day!!
Ok, I saw the pinch on the app and I read your texts to get what happened but I still sent the notification to the dev to see why. But my guess is the capacity to post or share a post isn’t part of the pinch field so you may just have to pinch the person w/o giving all the details of why they need it. I know that’s not very helpful and you seemed to get around the issue bc you created a pinch but for now, it’s photo, title and comment. I’ve made a note for consideration for revisions. Thanks Tom!
Let’s say you run over to Target (cough, marketing opportunity, cough) to get shampoo, dog food and paper towels. You’re cruising down the aisles with the shopping cart but stop to put in a pair of running shorts and a cute tankini. You continue to rush around the store but a set of hand towels catches your eye. The towels have succulents and cactus graphics on them. Your cousin Rochelle would absolutely love those towels so you check the price. It’s $8.00 for the set. Great price but you‘re on a budget and can’t afford to buy her gifts every time you think of her.
I’m going to admit right here, right now that I DO NOT MEDITATE. I am such a poser when I wear this shirt. The thing is, when I received the shirt I was on this big kick of trying to meditate. And I keep wearing the shirt because someday I will be that person who meditates. As the saying goes, “Those who can’t meditate, need it the most.” True.
What is junk food?
According to Merriam-Webster - “1. Food that is high in calories but low in nutritional content. 2. something that is appealing or enjoyable but of little or no real value.”
According to https://www.definitions.net/definition/junk+food “Junk food is a derisive slang term for food that is of little nutritional value and often high in fat, sugar, salt, and calories. ... Despite being labeled as "junk" consuming such foods usually does not pose any immediate health concerns and is generally safe when integrated into a well balanced diet.”
Have I told you lately how much I love the hashtag #CelebrateEveryDay? It is because of Nationaldaycalendar.com - the creators of that great hashtag and also my favorite resource for information regarding these national days that I am able to have oodles of thoughtful opportunities to write about. It so happens that today, July 9th, is National Sugar Cookie Day!
Fried Chicken. Yum. Why do I have a southern drawl every time I say the words, “FRIED CHICKEN”? I mean, you would think I lived in the south for 25 years but bless your heart, I’ve never lived in a southern state in my whole life. Unless you consider Fort Lauderdale, Florida The South.
In Minnesota, there are two seasons: Winter and Construction. Now that school is out for the summer, parents and care givers who are responsible for their kids’ activities, usually find themselves driving more during the day because of the various summer camp drop offs and pick ups.
I recently went to Nashville, the new Vegas (Nashvegas), and I quickly learned why it’s a popular destination. It’s a haven for hosting bachelor(ette) parties or celebrating milestone birthdays. Seeing the bride-to-be’s and their entourages reminded me of the days that I too, was one of the girls showing up in a herd contributing to the memories of the last days of freedom for my girlfriend(s). I wondered if any of the bachelors, bachelorettes, 21st, 30th , 40th or 50th birthday celebrants were on a Nashville scavenger hunt?
The butterfly (Thoughtful Pinch app) is emerging from the cocoon (Thoughtful Pinch blog).
Join me as I take off - helping to spread thoughtfulness everywhere!
Correct me if I’m wrong but I think every episode of the cartoon “Yogi the Bear “ has a scene in which Yogi steals a picnic basket from family campers at Jellystone.