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SERVICES: Brow thread & Henna Tint & Lashes
This Beauty has blonde brows which makes them barely stand out, so we added Henna and Voilá!
This can be you😏
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Awesome mysterious birthday gift—- Doesn’t everyone need a mask with their surly toddler on it? #pandemic#giftideas
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Calling all of you in people helping professions (educators, supervisors/bosses, parents, etc)! Did you know that your window of tolerance, your nervous system, and your ability to remain in your window of tolerance impacts your kids, employees, students, clients, or patients? In this week’s YouTube video (part 4 of the window of tolerance), I explore how we co-regulate off of one another, and how we can help those we work with or the kids we take care of/raise. Head to the YouTube video to learn more about how your individual work with your own window of tolerance can impact others in helpful and healthy ways!
Trading the Covid-19 curve can prove challenging.
And with global case counts still rising, investors should consider buying into countries that have gotten a better handle on the virus than others, ETF Trends CEO Tom Lydon said.
“Take Europe,” Lydon said. “Areas like Italy are not doing well with the coronavirus and their markets aren’t doing well. [In] contrast, northern Europe, the Nordic regions, are actually doing really well.”
The iShares MSCI Denmark ETF (EDEN), for one, is up nearly 18% year to date. The Global X FTSE Nordic ETF (GXF), which has exposure to Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway, is also in the green for 2020, up almost 10%. For comparison, the broader Vanguard FTSE Europe ETF (VGK) is underperforming, down about 9% for the year. On the other side of the world, China’s recovery has also been impressive, Lydon said.
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Mood: When you get another race deferral e-mail😝 Anyone else?
It’s far from a surprise by now, but I’ve never found myself trying to plan for the next year in August. Usually this time of year I’m in the thick of racing as it’s a pretty short season here in Canada. However there is nothing to be gained by dwelling on it so time to plan for the future. I’m laying the foundation now for strong racing next year and just having some fun with it wherever it may lead.
Speaking of which without racing I have some time to branch out and will soon have another project on the go after a great conversation tonight. In this crazy time that’s all we can do find the positives and opportunities 💋
Trying to pose like those fitness influencers do, not sure I’m doing it right.🤷🏼♀️😆 But on a serious note, I’ve been hitting it real hard on my garage/driveway workouts lately. I literally get home, get changed and go outside and make up stuff as I go. To me this is way more interesting then going to the gym to lift weights. A good change in scenery every once in awhile does a person good!💪🏼 Oh and p.s- Thanks babe for letting me borrow your @roguefitness vest😘 #fitness#workout#homeworkouts#motivation#bikinipro#ifbbpro#pandemic#weightvest#roguefitness
Even in these uncertain times, you can find your center though compassion. Artist Kara Bialecki created a series of watercolor paintings called “Spirit of Our Sisters” to bring awareness to the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women, two of which are featured in our Pandemic Art Show. Visit our website (link in bio) to find information about purchasing these original pieces or for prints. Come into the studio to see the artwork in person during normal business hours through the 22nd. 50 percent of each artwork sold goes to the Sovereign Bodies Institute.
Summer after dental school I traveled throughout Italy and Greece. It was one of the best trips of my life. Early on in my academic career, I always chose to take extra classes or volunteer in a community service job or do research or join a big project during my summer months off. My mission was to constantly plump my resume and gain more experience with any free time that I had. I thought it would look bad if I didn’t. I never really traveled and often declined the opportunity to go on trips with friends. I never went on any college trips either. Never studied abroad. Never took advantage of spring break. I didn’t ever want to compromise my school which was my priority. When I matched into Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery residency during my last year of dental school I realized I hadn’t seen any part of the world and I was about to enter into a very challenging few years of my life.
I had so much regret. I ended up going to Europe 3 times in one year then I went to the Middle East for the first time in years. I enjoyed traveling SO much that I made a commitment to travel abroad at least 2 times a year and take mini trips as much as I can. I even planned a Thailand trip a few months ago where I took a 24 hour plane ride to spend 5 days on an island and come back on another 24 hour plane ride straight into one of my USMLE board exams! THAT is how much I want to catch up and travel the world.
Now, I am itching to travel again and feel so frustrated by the pandemic which is no where near over within the US. I have a week off in September that was originally dedicated to my wedding which again was postponed due to the pandemic. Watching people traveling through Italy and other parts of Europe because countries have gotten the pandemic under control makes me feel even more frustrated. We need to do better. We can be better. Let’s do better so we can all get back to feeling safe/healthy, traveling and smiling without masks again!!!