This newsletter was originally sent on November 18, 2021.
Well, we’re a week out from Thanksgiving here in the U.S.
This is your reminder to start planning how you’ll Tetris all your favorite sides onto your plate and accept that it’s okay if your plate weighs as much as newborn baby—indulge!
And, incase you forgot, Thanksgiving is, in fact, not celebrated in every country. Only 17 countries celebrate their own version of Thanksgiving, leaving 178 countries living gravy-free lives next Thursday.
Anyway, I’m an author and self-discovery coach, not a history professor. So let’s get back to regular programming: helping you live your best life.
Thanks for reading this week!
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Do more of what makes you happy.
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You Deserve This Quote
A quote from my book, You Deserve This Sh!t:
“No matter where you are in life right now, you’re capable of making changes to improve the rest of your journey. Every moment is an opportunity to turn things around. Grasp that understanding and run free.”