Curt Patrouille was an amazing speaker. I did not know exactly what he was going to be talking about before I got there–but he focused on resiliency.
“Resiliency is a quality in objects to hold or recover their shape, or in people to stay intact.”
He went through his own life struggles and broke everything down to relate to our own lives. He used the analogy of a glass jar representing us. Then you put in rocks to represent our highest priorities. Can you fit more? Yes. You put sand in and it fills in the cracks; representing the medium important priorities. Can you fit more than that? Yes. You can poor water in to still fill up the cracks. If you focus on the little things first and working your way from their and highest priorities last, you will not have enough energy for the biggest priorities in your life.
Special thanks to everyone’s contributions tonight! We made $96.83 just from the bake sale and ice cream social! You all are making a difference. There are still more sweets to buy at the desk tomorrow. (:
Just a little door dec for y’all to feel like you belong. (:
What is your love language? Fill out a quiz and find out what you appreciate others doing for you and what you like doing for others.
On our Berry Yo/Culvers of the month trip we found out what our love language was. Because it is the month of love, we found what ways of affection we most appreciate doing.
Hope you all enjoyed getting to visit other residents rooms to drop off Valentine’s!
Need a reason to wear a condom? Read the 6 facts about how wearing a condom will benefit you and your significant other.
Stop down at the desk this week and donate to the Dance Marathon. The UW-Platteville Dance Marathon is fundraising to support the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals to help further research on children’s diseases.
This is just one way you can give back to the community. Keep your eyes open for more details on how to get involved in the Dance Marathon and how YOU CAN BECOME A SUPERHERO!
To find out more information come to hall council on Monday at 9:15 pm in the MPR. (:
Meet a fellow UW-Platteville professor! This board is to show you that professors are just like you and me!
Keep your eyes open for an event with Jen in the next coming weeks (: