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@LightsOut @raehanbobby @RobSchneider ....can't even watch this to the end.
How to reduce your stress:
1 remove sense of entitlement
2 do not respond to negativity
3 drink water
4 forgive first
5 give without expecting a get
6 be a better friend
7 quality time with family
8 exercise daily
9 random acts of kindness
10 get more sleep
11 shown gratitude
@kris0nthego Yeah! Also going to this one...
Trust yourself. Create the kind of self that you will be happy to live with all your life. Make the most of yourself by fanning the tiny, inner sparks of possibility into flames of achievement. -Golda Meir
I am going to have the most positive Sunday I can muster. That’s it. That’s my big plan! #SundayMotivation
@dasilto ...but aside from a select few, a large percentage of that team (and most of the teams from the 80s) could be on that list. We didn’t have much to look forward to.
@dasilto Wow. That is pretty obscure. We had such high hopes. Brian Curran was pretty awful too.
The Oscar for best death or dying by a duck goes to.
There is no time like today to start whatever it is you’ve been putting off. Exercise, eating healthy, reading that book, signing up for the course. Do something you know is going to be difficult. The first step is the hardest. Take it today.
Let’s start there
Saw this at a @Starbucks drivethru today. Just be awesome. I think that is sound advice. Have a great weekend everyone #beawesome #stillawesome #miltonON #starbucks #miltonON #sunnydays🌞 @ Milton, Ontario
Achilles Mazda on Instagram: “Saw this at a @Starbucks drivethru today. Just be awesome. I think that is sound advice. Have a great weekend everyone #beawesome…”
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@Mothadone @mazdacanada @HondaCanada @ToyotaCanada Truth.
The less people know, the more they think they know. This is known as the Dunning-Kruger effect.