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SUNDAY  •  DECEMBER 13, 2020
sleep mantra
via Pinterest
"I want women to be allowed to be weak and strong and happy and sad — human, basically."
~ Natalie Portman
weekend wrap-up

Making plans to have a good week: 

🥰 Spending some 'me time' on lifting our spirits. Understandably, the holidays may be weird for some at the moment. Work on your space or spend time with a loved one
to cope whenever you feel down.

🍲 Meal prepping mom's baked ham and then some. Food is at the center of holiday traditions,
and these recipes echo the comforts of our own family recipes. Brb adding chocolate-peppermint shortbread to the menu.

🌻 Sending flowers to the group chat. Flowers brighten up anyone's day and are a simple way to show that you care. Signal the brighter days ahead
with the 2021 flower of the year: sunflowers.

📚 Ready for Monday by turning off the virtual background.
These tricks to style your bookshelf will show off your plant parenting plus add conversation-starting pieces for co-workers.

🧶 Wrapping up the weekend by getting our hands dirty. Tbh crafting was the best part of quarantine that let us experience new things creatively through tie dye, string art,
and plenty more craft projects.

🌌 Getting excited for new beginnings. Wave bye to 2020 (omg finally) and
look forward because your 2021 horoscope is *here*. Hint: there's a lot happening next year, but pay attention special to your Moon sign.
bedtime bookmarks

Worthy reads to save for this week 📖:

If you're ready for a clean slate from 2020, start with your personal relationships after seeing Olivia Jade’s Red Table Talk is a Good Blueprint For Her Peers |

If sweatpants are here to stay as our WFH outfit, glam them up Euphoria-style with The Biggest Makeup Market Trends We're Anticipating for 2021 | ALLURE

If you need a reminder that you can do anything, here's inspo from only the best as Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Granddaughter, Clara Spera, Reflects on the Late Supreme Court Justice's Legacy | HARPER'S BAZAAR

If baking bread and puzzles got you through this year, take a look Inside the New World of Sticker Enthusiasts | GLAMOUR

If your New Year's resolutions list is blank, this is How to Stop Constantly Stressing About the Future — And What to Do Instead | VICE

If a good night's sleep hasn't happened in awhile (same 🙋‍♀️), rethink those late night holiday cookies according to How Foods May Affect Our Sleep | NYTimes
mood: frozenvia Pinterest
sounds for sweet dreams
The Marias ~ We're The Lucky Ones

🎶 Listen to more on our Spotify playlist 📻
📝 one last thing ... 

A quick programming note that The Snoozeletter Team will be out-of-office for our annual Winter break starting on Sunday, December 20th. We'll send out our usual nightly newsletters for the rest of this week then resume fully on Sunday, January 3rd.

In the meantime, we wish everyone a happy holiday season! Hope you are able to spend time with loved ones safely and take time for yourself to rest and relax. We can't wait to see you again next year 💌
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Last time we asked how did this year really go for you? (1 - worst year ever, 10 - personally great!). Virtual hugs and good vibes your way ✨
This week we want to know: What's your New Year's resolution? For one of us, it's launching a new side hustle to success (*fingers crossed*). The other, figuring out post-grad plans. Anything goes, so message us and we'll feature some of the responses! 💌
☁️🌛 Goodnight and go tuck yourself ☁️

Reminder to: 
Bring out your Winter clothing.

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