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« Hopefully good luck will still find me. But I might not always be found at my desk. »

I must pin this on my fridge ❤️

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This this might be my mantra for this year 🙌

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100% agree. Totally live by this. Born lucky ✌️

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Such a great way to live your life. Be great, be grateful xxx

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Jan 9Liked by Jennifer Jamieson

Hi Jen! I love your 100 day project. Brilliant! Warm and beautifully drawn with so much love. I love your energy, your spirit. my thoughts on luck. 🍀 lucky people experience all the downs like ‘not that lucky’ people, BUT they concentrate on the positive happenings. ‘Lucky’ people grief, are sad, cry, but afterwards they turn the page, stay up in the morning and greet the new day with a smile and compassion. ‘Lucky’ people embrace the luck, celebrate it and manifest it.

You are an inspiration!

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I love this! That is so true, I guess lucky people just utilise a positive kind of resilience and don't let failures get them down. They know its part of the process and success is just around the corner, as long as they don't give up. That's definitely something to think about, thanks for commenting and for your kind words xxx

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Jan 8Liked by Jennifer Jamieson

Yup - agree! I think that’s why it’s important to separate the goals from the luck. Acknowledging that part of it is out of our control is soooo hard, but at the same time so freeing! It’s bonkers. Thanks for talking about this.

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I love the way you take my mind farts and turn it into actionable steps people can take! That is so S.M.A.R.T!

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Jan 8Liked by Jennifer Jamieson

I love your goal of a more balanced year. I need that too! Definitely agree that luck is an essential element that makes up success, but I particularly love what you said about feeling the need to always be prepared to receive that luck, and how that can sometimes feel stressful. I think social media has magnified that feeling...like, “must keep up!”...some kind of FOMO...FOMA? (Fear of Missing Algorithm). Haha. Cheers to a lucky 2024!

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Yes, 100%, and that's the part that will exhaust you. That's why boundaries and a change of mindset so you can be ok about not doing everything. Just be smart and try to turn up as often as you can. And definitely always be prepared to jump at opportunities! Thanks so much for commenting, happy 2024 xx

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