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Elyssa Duncan
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over 6 months ago

Thanksgiving is just a few days away and I like spending the days leading up to the holiday reflecting on all the things that I am grateful for this year.

One thing I am thankful for is my friends, family, and coworkers who are there to support me through another crazy, unpredictable year. ♥️

What are you most thankful for? Share in the comments!

Wishing a very Happy Thanksgiving to you all and your loved ones!

#thankful #thanksgiving

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Michael Carvalho
over 6 months ago

Today is a Special Day, a time to celebrate the freedom we enjoy. A time to celebrate with our family and friends. Enjoying the Blessings of Freedom. Remembering all the people who lost their life fighting for Our Freedom. Life offers endless blessings and opportunities to Learn and Grow. To Learn along the way to better ourselves. Enjoy the simple things life has to offer. Looking back at our mistakes and turning them into Lessons to Grow. Understand the difference of opinions and willingness to forgive. Life is Priceless because tomorrow is never guaranteed. Helping One Another to Succeed in their dreams. Taking the time to Help One Another to enrich their life. Believe all things are possible if we only believe it can happen. #thankful #motivation #inspirational

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Michael Carvalho
over 6 months ago

As you celebrate this Special Day of Independence, remember all the blessings in your life. Show Compassion toward one another. Take the time to call a Love One and Let Them Know You are Thinking of Them. As we enjoy freedom of being able to do as we please in this land we call U.S.A. May your days be filled with Blessings & Happiness. Remember all the People who lost their life for our Freedom. From My Family to Yours Happy 4th of July. #thankful #motivation

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Nikki Starr
over 6 months ago

Getting my nails done. Honey at Susie's hair and nails.#motivation positive energy #dedication #thankful #happiness #advice

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Ashley Wilson
over 6 months ago

Sometimes it's easy to forget that Memorial Day weekend isn't just about picnics and the unofficial start to summer. It's about loss and honoring those losses.

My heart goes out this coming long weekend (and always) to families and friends who have lost loved ones while they served. I am thinking of you while also remembering my Uncle who I lost several years ago.

...and to all those who serve, thank you.

Who will YOU remember this Memorial Day?

#motivation #MemorialDay #holiday #neverforget #family #payitforward #veterans #thankful

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Michael Carvalho
over 6 months ago

Stop allowing things to stand in your way to success. Take a minute to reflect on your past, think of all the things you overcame in 2020. 2021 is your year to better yourself and find your dream job. #motivation #thankful

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Janice Reed
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over 6 months ago

Now that 2021 has started it's important to look forward to better times in the new year. Understanding how we coped with 2020 can also teach us a valuable lesson about what we need and want in our daily lives to stay positive.

These lessons can help us to build a happier and healthier 2021 as we hold out hope for positive change.

I’ll start! In 2020 I was helped by:

  • Calling and texting my friends and family
  • Playing with my goofy, cuddly cat
  • Getting out for walks and drives
  • Engaging in crafting projects
  • Keeping my nails painted, my hair nice, and getting fully dressed every day.

Without these things, I would have felt overwhelmed by this past year! In 2021 I’m committed to keeping these habits going as essential parts of my day-to-day routine.

So what kept you hopeful?

#motivation #thankful

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Tricia HendrixCommunity Specialist
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I would have to see the kindness that others are bestowing during these tough times continues to give me hope.

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Elyssa Duncan
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over 6 months ago

I'm sure many of you can relate - but I cannot wait to say 👋 SAYONARA 👋 to 2020.

It's been such a stressful, hectic, scary, unsettling, worrisome, frustrating, sad, crappy year. But despite all of those negative feelings, it was also a year filled with growth, courage, hopefulness, and love.

I am SO grateful to each and every one of our amazing Jobcase members!! You all helped me through such a tough year and I am so thankful to have been part of your lives as well. I'm sending love and well wishes to you all. I cannot wait to see what this year has in store for the entire Jobcase fam!

Here's to 2021. 🎉 CHEERS!

#thankful #motivation #inspiration #newyear

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