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  1. Great post, Pam. I’m a big believer in using the Pareto Principle (or 80/20 Rule) in everyday life – and your quote, “I am learning that I β€˜m not doing everything right. I am learning that kids are very forgiving. I am learning that husbands are forgiving as well.” really hit home for me. I’ll bet you are doing 80% right – and the other 20% is forgiven! It’s not about perfection, it’s about completion!

    Bravo for such an awesome post! I’m excited to get to know you better through our SITS Tribe.

    Lisa

  2. Hi Pam,

    Wonderful post. I don’t work outside the home, but I used too, and I totally relate to that feeling of needing the quiet time. It makes home life a little sweeter when you aren’t there all day long, doesn’t it?

    I can’t wait to get to know you better through our SITS tribe!

    I hope you are having a wonderful Monday!

    Alli

  3. Jennifer Ford Berry

    Hi Pam!
    Happy to be in our new tribe with you! This will be a fun week πŸ™‚ I notice you are working with USFG…I love Michael! We have networked quite a bit in the past.

  4. Wow! I can relate to so much of this. I think you hit a key point on what we wear can really influence how we work and feel. I work full time from home and have noticed a big change just ensuring I put on my shoes and have started trying to pick out “cute” sweat outfits/casual workout type wear (maybe it will rub off on me eventually!) as opposed to old sweats and a tshirt. I feel so much better about myself and it seems to put an extra spring in my step.

    Looking forward to getting to know you all better through our SITS Tribe!

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