Five Things Friday


I’m still on “vacation.” It’s been crazy! But instead of being stressed, I’m eating it up. {We’ll get to that within the next week or two.} And I’ve been enjoying and appreciating every minute of it of the time I get to spend with everyone!

I’ve always loved when other bloggers do their Five Things Friday posts. It can include items they are loving right now, other posts or articles that spoke to them or important things in their lives. I’ve been introduced to some wonderful new websites and products and learned from others’ insights. So today, I thought I’d share some with you.

1) How to Choose Gratitude over Stress this Holiday Season – I actually came to this place on my own this year. {Yay, me!} But this post is a good one to help anyone throwing their hands up in the air, looking for some solace right now.

2) The End of an Era  – Earlier this week – December 17th to be exact – marked my 10-year anniversary with The Traveling Vineyard. And I resigned. This is big news! And don’t worry, nothing bad happened. I still love the company. It was just my time. They’ll be a post on that, too, soon… And all the wonderful things I took away from the experience. I will be forever grateful!

3) The Career Path Less Traveled – Just entering the workforce? Don’t worry about your exact career. Just live life. Here’s how.

4) Last Minute Christmas Gift IdeasChristmas Lists from Running with Racheal, last year’s Top 5 Gifts for the Hard-to-Buy-For-Person-Who-Has-Everything and Gifts They’ll Actually Use.

5) This… Just to make you smile:

Who is the most difficult person on your shopping list?

Merry Christmas!


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