In This Issue: PoE Power Injector | Friday Encouragement | News to Start Your Day
April 9th is National Cherish an Antique Day! Do you have something special passed down to you from your family? Today provides us the opportunity to learn the story and the history behind our treasured antiques. We’d love to hear the stories of the antiques you have!
The CK Daily – Eat Fresh!
Spring is finally here! Since the weather is getting nicer, it is time to work on those new spring goals. My goal this season is to eat fresher. I recently watched a YouTube video of a chef reviewing TikTok meals and something he said really inspired me to eat this goal. He kept mentioning that in all these of recipes that most of the ingredients are not alive, meaning that it hasn’t been grown from the ground or raise in a farm. Everything was either a powder or processed. It opened my eyes to view my relationship with food differently. I want to decrease how much processed food I’m consuming and take my time with preparing my meals, To live to eat, not to eat to live.
Some ways that I have worked on this goal is to try to incorporate more vegetables and fruits into my diet and cut down the number of times I order out and get fast food. I have also been swapping out powdered seasonings with the real thing when available, instead of using onion and garlic powder. It really makes a difference in fresh vegetables and herbs. It also inspired me to start a small garden! So far, I’ve been growing basil and green onions with my small window garden. I hope this has inspired you to eat fresh and take the time to appreciate your meals!
Product Spotlights & Updates:
Happy Friday! Today we’re highlighting a product you can’t go wrong with – our PoE Power Injector from CablesAndKits! This is the perfect replacement for CP-PWR-CUBE-4 and/or AIR-PWRINJ4. This Power injector will ensure your connection never fails when you need it most. Shop all our accessories and equipment to outfit your entire network. All your purchases with us come individually bagged and labeled so you can easily store and retrieve your stock. This Injector comes ready with an AC power cord. Better yet, this product is on sale this week but not for much longer! Head on over to our Deals of the Week page to grab yours today!
This past year has been full of uncertainty and change. And the wheels are still turning. Things are still shifting. We’re still going through the transition. Here are 8 things you need to do to survive change, uncertainty, and difficult times.
- Accept things that are outside of your control.
- Take full accountability and responsibility for what is within your control.
- See the stress that you face and issues you have to solve as a test for your mental strength.
- Focus on the possibilities and opportunities that come with change instead of the losses.
- Use this time to focus on connecting with yourself.
- Deepend your connections with those you love.
- Save money.
- Focus on your health.
Read the full blog post from The Happiness Planner here.
Today’s News to Start Your Day:
- As of this morning, in the US, there are 6,869,253 active COVID cases, 24,122,221 have recovered and there have been 570,264 deaths.
- Dick’s Sporting Good has opened the biggest store it’s ever built, called House of Sports. It includes an indoor rock climbing wall, golf driving bays, and a putting green. There is also a health-and-wellness shop. Outside, it has a track and turf field. Take a look inside here.
- General Motors announced a halt in production at several North American plants and Ford announced additional downtime at two plats, the latest disruptions to the auto supply chain because of a chip shortage.
- Avengers Campus at Disney’s Anaheim Park will open on June 4th. The new area is an extension to the park and features Marvel’s mightiest heroes from Earth and the Stars. Thor, Black Panther, Black Widow, and more will be walking around the land – and visitors may occasionally catch a glimpse of trickster Loki.
- Britain’s royal family announced Prince Philip died on Friday at the age of 99.