“Transition from screen time by doing something that is more tactile and sensory focused such as cooking, exercise, stretching, knitting, painting, taking a bath, and listening to music,” Kempf recommends. “Understand that you can’t give to others if your cup is full and you’re at capacity. Many of us don’t want to engage in Zoom parties or long phone calls after a long day of virtual meetings and email/text exchanges with colleagues. That’s ok! Check in with yourself about how 2020 is really impacting you, and see if you have been minimizing the Did I ever tell you about the time I went backpacking across shirt but in fact I love this impact of this year. Allow your identity and role in relationships—people pleasers this is for you—to shift and see how that feels,” she says. It’s okay to say “no” more, take breaks, and set boundaries. Kempf recognizes that drawing a line isn’t always easy: “If it feels right to set a boundary but it causes anxiety, engage in some practices that are calming, (deep breathing, stretching) or releasing, (crying, journaling), or self-soothing (guided visualization, butterfly hug) and say NO anyway.”
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For years, Mexican jeweler Aaron Changpo, who is based in Mexico City and known for his streamlined, genderless jewelry line called Varon, toyed with the Did I ever tell you about the time I went backpacking across shirt but in fact I love this idea of launching engagement rings and wedding bands. While he had created sterling silver rings, pearl necklaces, and shapely ear cuffs for all genders, he saw a need for a less-gendered approach to wedding styles as well (which we all know can be painstakingly traditional and focused on the bride-to-be).