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Speaking of sorority sisters... I have a challenge for you today - CALL SOMEBODY! Sounds easy right?! 🤔 But if you’re like me, you only regularly talk to your mom on the phone, and making a call otherwise is just sort of…weird 🙃 I’ve noticed I feel resistance to talking to friends on the phone, and I’m trying to figure out why…will I not know what to say? Will it be awkward? Do they need my help and I will have to say “I’m sorry, I can’t, I have a baby and have NO time!” 🤐
Sometimes I feel very out of practice communicating with old friends and it has everything to do with daily texting AND having my phone out when we are actually face to face 🤳🏼Just think for a second about your comfortability of texting versus talking on the phone. Weird, right?! 🤯
But guess what? Talking on the phone is like riding a bike, it comes right back and it feels SO GOOD! 👯♀️ The connection that comes from these conversations can really be felt 💓 and I think the person you call will really feel loved and rejuvenated from your chat 💞
If you are someone who calls me, THANK YOU. Seriously thank you. Being forced into conversation is what keeps me going in many ways ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜 #newbornlife#whoyougonnacall#ghostbusters
Because we are entering the Halloween season and then being followed by our November and December holidays. It’s important to know how to be safe as this time of year, while cheery and fun, can also see spikes in violent crime. Check out these great basic tips to be more safe in a dangerous situation:
1. Going to Halloween parties, always keep your drink in hand and in view. Any suspicion that someone has drugged it, then get a new drink or stop altogether and leave the party.
2. Privacy is so important and while this seems obvious, I’ve seen people forget. CLOSE your window shades/blinds as soon as you begin to see your own reflections in windows rather than outside. Your windows become like one-way mirrors for people to see through.
3. NEVER BE OUT ALONE, during a late hour, especially in an unfamiliar area, and if you are dressed provocatively. Unfortunately there are men out there who will take his as a sign to approach you, whether it be just to talk or assault you. You don’t have time to think what might happen. But you sure can prevent it. Be especially aware of this in cities, and on mischief night. The night before Halloween.
4. Since the days are getting shorter there is more darkness outside, which means more hiding places for evil-doers. Keep you posture strong and your space cushion when walking in the city, the woods, or fields. So that you can have more time in a possible attack for your flight or fight response to kick in.
5. Argumentation and domestic violence can run rampant whether it’s during the holiday season or not. Prepare for this by reading books, seeking out professional help (i.e. therapists, police, martial arts instruction, yoga, or any other positive activity that keeps you grounded and centered), or find a support group. Look for warning signs in your friends and don’t be shy to ask them about it. It may be tough and uncomfortable but giving them the space to discuss such issues can be very healing and empowering.
Of course there are more tips and a lot is based on the situation you are in. So always be conscious of your surroundings. Okay that is tip #6.