The past few months have been one of the most challenging times I’ve faced in my adult life. Back in March, when our school system announced that schools would be closed for two weeks due to the coronavirus, I remember panicking about what I would do with my kids for two weeks while I worked. Little did I know that almost four months later they would still be home!Don’t get me wrong. I love my kids. I love spending time with them, but on my schedule. Suddenly becoming a full-time, stay-at-home mom and teacher in addition to working full time was a recipe for disaster. And that’s pretty much how it played out. My husband and I struggled to balance our three kids’ different Zoom calls and assignments with our businesses. There were no breaks. When I would take a short break from work to get some lunch or tea, I would have three kids hanging on me asking for snacks or complaining about their siblings.We were exhausted. My well-planned, organized, compartmentalized life was suddenly turned upside down. Of course, I was grateful that we are all healthy and well during the pandemic. But the everyday reality of the struggles and challenges was really taking its toll. About three months in, I remember saying to my husband that if I didn’t have a break, I think I might have a breakdown.You get the picture. And perhaps you can relate. It’s times like these that I remember why it is so important to take care of myself and give myself a break. But that has been hard during the pandemic when you can’t go anywhere or meet up with anyone. I was exhausted and struggling to be my best self. continue reading » 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
His ten-length victory that year remains a race record. Before his retirement as a jocket in 2000, Swinburn had also rode winners in the Irish Derby, the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe and the Breeders Cup. The world of racing has been paying tribute to one of the greatest ever flat jockeys. Three-time Epsom Derby winner Walter Swinburn has died at the age of 55. Swinburn first won the Derby as a 19-year old aboard the great Shergar in 1981.
New Polish poker table in BetGames section for STS July 15, 2020 Submit Related Articles Polish wagering report highlights STS market dominance August 17, 2020 Mateusz Juroszek – Non-stop STS will expand amid industry disruptions August 12, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Share Polish operator STS has penned a new partnership with iGaming conversion platform Enteractive’s (Re)Activation Cloud, which will see the latter aim to improve STS’s player retention rates.STS CEO Mateusz Juroszek commented on the new partnership: “We have found a partner in Enteractive which shares our values in terms of innovation and constant improvement. It is our strategy to lead the way in development in terms of technology that constantly pushes to do things better.“Partnering up with Enteractive and connecting to its Reactivation Cloud, we have added another vital tool to our CRM department so that we are able to communicate and engage on a large scale with our customers the STS way.”The platform will plug directly into clients’ existing CRM systems through API integration which provides real-time, end-to-end transparency. Enteractive’s clients’ have full visibility and control of the entire process.Additionally, all (Re)Activation methods used are GDPR and G4 compliant and all data processed is highly secured.Mikael Hansson, Enteractive Founder and CEO, said, “We are very happy to partner up with STS, a powerhouse in the important Polish market but also an agile and ambitious company with great potential in the rest of the world.“With STS connected to our (Re)Activation Cloud we have already seen good signs in terms of conversion rates and player reactions which further strengthens our belief that strong brands benefit even more from our qualitative and scalable product. Now we look forward to continuing the ramp up and to lay the foundation to a strong and profitable partnership in the coming months.