MKE Week 15 – Warrior Princess and the Holiday Aftermath

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The holiday season was full of love, fun and family. My habits and reading suffered a little, but I was not completely pushed over the edge of failure.

This first week of January has not been a great start to write about. I’m still in flux about my job and trying to truly seek my DMP. I know that most of what I have in my DMP is accurate, but I feel I am still missing something.

My polo tribe has been a tremendous help. They are always there to support, encourage, and answer all my silly questions. One of my tribe mates pointed out a phrase in our writings, an affirmation to help me.

“Increase in me that wisdom which discovers my truest interest, strengthen my resolution to perform that which wisdom dictates.”

Ben Franklin

I have committed to being in Kansas City, and have subby working on the details and how to make it happen financially. I have no doubt that I will be there. I know it is going to be a life changing event.

Meet Juli Casco

I am a widowed mother of 3 amazing young adult children. I moved to Tyler, Texas a year ago to start a new chapter in my life. I am an entrepreneur, and have many dreams I am pursuing.

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  • Holidays are great and then tend to throw schedules off for almost everyone. It sounds like you are back on track and heading in the right direction. You’ve got this!

  • So great to read that the holidays were was full of love, fun and family and that you get a lot of support from your polo tribe. Going to Kansas awesome Juli.

  • I’m so happy you had an amazing time with your family over the holidays.💕

    I’m sorry the new year started with a few challenges.

    A few years ago I was talking to a friend about my struggles with school, difficult dormmates, and my Mom dying from cancer. I was overwhelmed and depressed. He said, “Deanna, what’s the best way to sink a ship?” I had no idea. He said, “The best way to sink a ship is to fill it up with water. If you don’t let the ship fill up with water, it won’t sink.”

    Another time my employment class went to the beach and we each collected 5 rocks. We each wrote on each rock something that was a burden we didn’t want to carry around anymore. Then we released the rocks, one by one, into the ocean. Maybe this exercise might help deal with things that bother you at work. You could make it even more fun by skipping the rocks across the water.

    I’m so glad your tribe are so supportive of you. And I know when you go to Kansas City you’ll have a great time talking to them in person!

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