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  • Little love bug n #hustle this weekend
  • Little love bug n #hustle this weekend
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  • Just two Accounting and Financial Professionals at the Edward Jones Masquerade Ball. @_krishhhhhh I’m glad you got to experience our company’s culture last night. Thanks for coming out!
  • Just two Accounting and Financial Professionals at the Edward Jones Masquerade Ball.  @_krishhhhhh I’m glad you got to experience our company’s culture last night.  Thanks for coming out!
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  • A little TBT story. This is overthinking in action. We were on a jungle hike in Sri Lanka, and I fell over in a river while trying to cross it. Nothing crazy, just a little slip, wet feet, grazed shin and bruised ego. Thereafter during our other hikes we did throughout our time I was so, so sure I’d fall again. I didn’t want to embarrass myself anymore or look like an idiot. I was so scared to fall, so unsure of my feet, I had talked myself into fearing every river crossing SO WELL that I Gollum-crawled across every stone and had to be hand-helped across a simple log by our guide, who asked me- “is this your first time ever on a hike?” What? NO! I love nature. I love hikes. I love being outdoors. This was me completely subscribing to my mind, allowing one small slip to affect the way I approached every river afterwards, convincing myself I would fall. His question really upset me at the time because a big part of who I am is involved in nature, animals, being outdoors. After that I have learned to tell my mind to shut up when it questions me- because it does. I’m actually quite a clumsy person and I’m always bruising myself or falling over. But now when I do, I get up and go again.But I tell my fearful mind to shut up and do it anyway, full well accepting I may fall over a 2nd time. By nature I’m a perfectionist and hate failure. It doesn’t matter. A mantra I have been telling myself is - you can either let FEAR mean “Forget Everything And Run”, or “Face Everything And Rise”. That has really helped me sort out the reality of what’s going on vs. the imagined reality my brain conjures up.
  • A little TBT story. This is overthinking in action. We were on a jungle hike in Sri Lanka, and I fell over in a river while trying to cross it. Nothing crazy, just a little slip, wet feet, grazed shin and bruised ego. Thereafter during our other hikes we did throughout our time I was so, so sure I’d fall again. I didn’t want to embarrass myself anymore or look like an idiot. I was so scared to fall, so unsure of my feet, I had talked myself into fearing every river crossing SO WELL that I Gollum-crawled across every stone and had to be hand-helped across a simple log by our guide, who asked me- “is this your first time ever on a hike?” What? NO! I love nature. I love hikes. I love being outdoors. This was me completely subscribing to my mind, allowing one small slip to affect the way I approached every river afterwards, convincing myself I would fall. His question really upset me at the time because a big part of who I am is involved in nature, animals, being outdoors. After that I have learned to tell my mind to shut up when it questions me- because it does. I’m actually quite a clumsy person and I’m always bruising myself or falling over. But now when I do, I get up and go again.But I tell my fearful mind to shut up and do it anyway, full well accepting I may fall over a 2nd time.  By nature I’m a perfectionist and hate failure. It doesn’t matter. A mantra I have been telling myself is - you can either let FEAR mean “Forget Everything And Run”, or “Face Everything And Rise”. That has really helped me sort out the reality of what’s going on vs. the imagined reality my brain conjures up.
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  • Walked my mom down the isle today as my parents renewed their vows after 41 years of marriage
  • Walked my mom down the isle today as my parents renewed their vows after 41 years of marriage
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