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Chestnut
8 Dec
I know what you are going through I went through it with my son's mom if you ever need a friend to talk to I'm hear
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Chestnut
10 Dec
Good morning
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Tennis
10 Dec
Hey, I'm new here but somewhat careful about opening up. DM me if you can offer me some advice?
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Hamster
Mentor
13 Dec
One of the biggest roots of stress at Christmas is feeling the need to live up to certain expectations. From the picture-perfect family bliss we see projected in Christmas commercials, to hearing festive cheer and overt marketing every time we walk into a shop, many of us have an unrealistic expectation of what a good Christmas should look like. Please join us at Joyful Retirement Monday 9 am central as we discuss setting expectations and reducing stress.
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Sled
15 Dec
Hi everybody! I'm new to this group. Don't be shy about saying hi
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Sled
15 Dec
Became disabled in 1998.now being 68 I tell people "retired". Wish I really could RETIRE from disability. Lol
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Hamster
Mentor
26 Dec
It's common to struggle with keeping a New Year's resolution. Experts tell us 80% fail within a month. Join us at Joyful Retirement Monday 9 am central time, as we talk about making a plan that will work and next week after you have thought about any changes we will put the plan in motion. Come equipped with a paper and a writing utensil and ideas about what you want to change. Learning this goal setting can help you for life
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Chipmunk
Mentor
30 Dec
Join in today's Dr. Retirement session! I'll be sharing tips from a Happify Health (TM) Infographic on "How to Beat Stress & Boost Happiness" 7PM Eastern/4PM Pacific
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Honeybee
4 Jan
Going forward for simple minded individuals such as myself, will you add the date to the session. Pretty please ☺
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Hamster
Mentor
10 Jan
Self-care is essential to keep ahead of those stressors in life that get sent your way. Self care can make you better able to live your best life. However, many people view self-care as unnecessary and end up overwhelmed and tired. Join us at 9am Monday morning at Joyful Retirement(Living) as we talk about being proactive and many aspects of self-care.
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Honeybee
11 Jan
Hello beautiful people , I wanted to share an experience that has become the norm … it’s not easy for me to put my self out there , even now when I am putting my self out there more than I have ever done , and so when I approach some one and strike a conversation, I find my self stuck transforming that encounter into a possible friendship. How would you engage a stranger in away that leads to a friendship ?
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Hamster
Mentor
17 Jan
“Self-care is giving the world the best of you, instead of what is left of you.” —-Katie Reed Self-care is important because, by doing it, you can make yourself feel mentally, physically, and emotionally well. Though we are conditioned from childhood not to be selfish, self- care is necessary to maintain a healthy relationship with yourself and with others. Join us on Monday 9 am central time in Joyful Retirement (soon to be Joyful Living) as we begin to explore some avenues of self care.
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Chipmunk
Mentor
19 Jan
Join me tomorrow (Thursday) at 7PM Eastern/4PM Pacific for the Dr. Retirement Live Session. Our topic will be making new friends later in life. I know it's not easy...and sorry for those on the east coast that are Jeopardy fans, but record it!
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Hamster
Mentor
23 Jan
Self-care is not selfish. “I don’t have time to visit the dentist.” “I’d love to go for a walk, but I have too much work waiting.” Take a breath. When we give ourselves the opportunity to habitually engage in self-care, and prioritize our own emotional and physical well being we open the door to valuing ourselves. We give ourselves the opportunity to learn how we value and perceive ourselves. We boost our self-esteem. Self-care can increase your self-esteem. Join us at Joyful Retirement (soon to be Joyful Living) Monday 9am central time as we discuss self-esteem and self-care as well as more ways to work on self-care.
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Hamster
Mentor
23 Jan
Self-care is not selfish. “I don’t have time to visit the dentist.” “I’d love to go for a walk, but I have too much work waiting.” Take a breath. When we give ourselves the opportunity to habitually engage in self-care, and prioritize our own emotional and physical well being we open the door to valuing ourselves. We give ourselves the opportunity to learn how we value and perceive ourselves. We boost our self-esteem. Self-care can increase your self-esteem. Join us at Joyful Retirement (soon to be Joyful Living) Monday 9am central time as we discuss self-esteem and self-care as well as more ways to work on self-care.
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Hamster
Mentor
30 Jan
Although self-care can be something different for everyone it comes down to you taking care of you. According to Vanessa Scotto from the Yinova Center, “The moment we all decide that self-love is healthy and optimal for everyone is the moment we breed a more uplifted and whole society.” This applies to your relationship with everyone around you, your friends and your family. It also applies to your partner. Join us at Joyful Retirement (soon to be Joyful Living) Monday at 9am central time as we discuss self-care and relationships
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Lemon
31 Jan
suggestions on stopping procrastination, follow through.
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Chipmunk
Mentor
2 Feb
Hi all! This Thursday's Dr. Retirement Hour on the App will focus on ways to bring more happiness in our daily lives. 7PM Eastern / 4PM Pacific.
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Hamster
Helper
4 Feb
Shag is this where we go?
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Hamster
Mentor
7 Feb
The act of self-care itself isn’t selfish; it’s necessary for our wellbeing and it takes on many different forms. It's important to assess how you're caring for yourself in several different domains so you can ensure you're caring for your mind, body, and spirit. Join us at Joyful Retirement (soon to be Joyful Living) on Monday morning 9am central time, as we conclude our series on self-care with easy ways to assess our areas of self-care with check-ins and action steps
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Hamster
Mentor
13 Feb
Are you a procrastinator? If you postpone or delay a task, several tasks or a set of tasks you are a procrastinator. The force that keeps you from following through on what you set out to do is procrastination. Is procrastinating really a big deal? It may not seem like it, but studies have shown procrastination can turn into a serious habit that can easily take over many parts of your life. Lost opportunities, problems at work, late fees, credit issues, and health problems including anxiety and depression can develop or be aggravated by procrastination. Join us at joyful retirement, soon to be joyful living, at 9 am central time on Monday for a discussion on procrastination.
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Hamster
Mentor
20 Feb
“Never do tomorrow what you can do today. Procrastination is the thief of time. “ Charles Dickens Oliver Twist Experts describe procrastination as the number one reason behind poor time management, missed deadlines and failed careers. It also is a source of anxiety, depression and self loathing. Join us at Joyful Living as we discuss procrastination and check into what kind of procrastinator you are. Stop by Monday 9am central time at Joyful Living for a live discussion. Everyone welcome.
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Hamster
Mentor
25 Feb
I’m doing a live zoom today on Self-Care at 12 noon central time. Hope you can join me.
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Mango
25 Feb
I'm pushing myself today, I feel good about it 😁😁😁
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Hamster
Mentor
6 Mar
Hello All Have you been hearing about “mindfulness” but not sure of either why should I care or how to get there? Join me at Joyful Living on Monday mornings 9 am central time for a discussion and some answers. Go to communities, click on joyful living and join our live discussion. If you miss it, you can drop by anytime and read it and reach out to me if you have comments or questions.
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Tiger
8 Mar
Happy Women Day to my fellow genders out there
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Hamster
Helper
12 Mar
Have you been in your with our Dylan as tour host Join us today at 10am ET. 9am Central The zoom link is 9 On the Wisdo events community page. Just click on the link
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Hamster
Mentor
14 Mar
The science is clear: practicing mindfulness meditation is good for you. Just as you can exercise the body for better performance, the mind too can be trained, honed and sharpened. Practicing mindfulness can’t help us control everything that happens to us, but it can change the way we respond to those things. Join us at Joyful Living on Monday at 9 am Central as we talk about meditation and finding a meditation practice to fit your lifestyle.
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Hamster
Mentor
20 Mar
WHAT THE HECK IS MOTIVATION AND WHERE CAN I FIND SOME. “You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great” – Zig Ziglar Motivation is what causes you to act, to reach your goals and it comes in many shapes. We can be motivated by power, fame, approval, competition, money, passion, or self fulfillment. Join us at Joyful Living Monday 9 am central time as we discuss motivation. How to find it, how to keep it and why it’s important.
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Panda
22 Mar
Hi there 👋 I’m new here - feel free to introduce yourself!
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Hamster
Mentor
28 Mar
Simplify Have you ever wanted to simplify your life? One of the most important benefits is that simplicity gives us choices in the way we spend our time, money, and energy.  With simplicity in life, it can be easier to recognize what is truly important among all the different things fighting for your time and attention. Join us in Joyful Living mentoring session on Monday at 9 am central as we begin to learn what simple living is and the benefits it provides.
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Chipmunk
Mentor
28 Mar
This week on Meaningful Money we will be discussing how to create sustaining positive habits with money. BUT I won't be in my regular "Community Room", but in the Community Hub. That URL is https://wisdo.com/communities/colorado. I have a note about it in the Meaningful Money room at the beginning of the hour.
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Elephant
28 Mar
Hi, Wisdonians!
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Elephant
28 Mar
Dreams
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Hedgehog
2 Apr
Hi everybody. Great to meet you all 🙌
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Hedgehog
2 Apr
How to make friends How make friends meaning how approach people to talk finding out if there is communication coach who teach how to carry a conversation with people like one on one coach any one
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Umbrella
5 Apr
Hello everyone! I’m excited to be here and to get to know you all💜
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Deciduous Tree
7 Apr
Hello, I’ve just joined! Don’t be a stranger - please introduce yourself
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Elephant
9 Apr
Hello everyone! I’m excited to be here and to get to know you all💜
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Hamster
Mentor
17 Apr
Many people are feeling anxiety and distress as they reenter society after two years of taking safety precautions to stay safe from COVID-19 While some people may find this in-person socializing exuberant after being cooped up for so long, others may face anxiety and distress in these now new again social situations. Join us at joyful living Monday morning at 9 am central as we discuss these feelings of anxiety and what we can do to help ourselves.
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Elephant
21 Apr
Wow 🤩
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Tiger
Helper
22 Apr
Hello, I’ve just joined! Don’t be a stranger - please introduce yourself
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Grapes
23 Apr
Hey guys - I’m new here & look forward to getting to know you all🥳
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Hamster
Mentor
24 Apr
Assertive conversation means expressing your point of view in a way that is clear and direct, while still respecting others. Communicating in an assertive manner can help you to: minimise conflict and control anger. Passivity allows others to decide for you. Aggressiveness  decides for others. Being assertive is you deciding for you. It’s finding balance in the middle. Join us as we talk and learn about assertive conversation at Joyful Living on Monday at 9am central. If you can’t join us the discussion post is on my website Yourpersonalskillslifecoach.com
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Violin
26 Apr
Hey all of YOU!!! I'm new here & looking forward to know you all
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Hamster
Mentor
2 May
Communication must be HOT! That’s honest, open and two way. “ Dan Oswald If you only learn one thing about communication that would be the thing to remember. Good effective communication involves sharing information from one person to another person or people and receiving feedback that your message was successful. Join us at Joyful Living Monday morning at 9 am central time as we talk about kinds of communication and ways to communicate better.
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Sunflower
Helper
4 May
Hello everyone! I’m excited to be here and to get to know you all💜
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Bear
Helper
8 May
Hi there 👋 I’m new here - feel free to introduce yourself!
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Hamster
Mentor
9 May
“Communication is the lifeline of any relationship. Without it, the relation will starve itself to death.”Elizabeth Bourgere. 65% of divorcing couples cite communication problems as the cause. Join us in Joyful Living on Monday at 9 am central time as we talk about communication barriers and how to avoid them.
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Hamster
Helper
Friday
Hi everyone just a reminder that tomorrow Friday is our Trivia fun game.. Starting at 4PM eastern and 3PM central time. Ayla will lead us into the funniest trivia of a WISDO kind. Everyone is welcome ,just click on the link below and join us. This is a weekly event so be sure to mark you calendars. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9837306043
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Hamster
Mentor
Monday
What if I told you that by learning and practicing one skill you could solve 50% or more of the misunderstandings that happen everyday. It’s true! Listening is key to all effective communication. Without the ability to listen effectively, messages are easily misunderstood. Join us at Joyful Living Monday morning at 9 central time as we listen and learn.
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