Friday Confessional 11.6.15
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Good morning, lovelies!
Confession is good for the soul, so grab the button and let it all out. You’ll feel better when you’re finished.
I really need to live in a city where I can get by without driving. I swear I will wind up behind bars for laying hands on a bad driver.
This morning, no fewer than 3 drivers turned left in front of me when I was going straight and had the clear right of way. Guess what they were doing? Looking at their phones, which is illegal in our city, by the way.
I also had a tangle with my favorite nemesis, the parking garage. I’ll admit the reason I don’t like parking garages has more to do with my ability than the structures. I find them confusing, and I’m worried that I’ll somehow back up into a cement pillar or that someone will turn a corner and hit me while I’m backing out.
I used to worry that I’d park in a garage that is cash-only to pay when I only have plastic. Luckily, the Financial Peace Envelope System has taken care of that fear for me.
I am in love with my Epantry service. They sent me two free goodies in my shipment this month. And in November, they are offering double credit for new referral members. That’s $20 to try their services rather than the regular $10. (They also give me $10, so we all win!)
Another thing, I’m loving this month is that the Bloggers Get Social photo challenge also includes Periscope prompts. You can still join this week’s Periscope Party by filming an intro; come join the fun!
I have recently fallen in love with Periscope, and it’s a personal goal of mine to start using it regularly. I want to use it as platform to talk about goal setting, staying motivated and growing our personal leadership skills.
On the note of leadership, the book in Mindset by Carol Dweck has come up twice this week between leadership meetings and podcasts that I subscribe to. I believe that’s a sign that I need to see if it’s available at the library. Have any of you read it?
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