Free: Self-Care Quickies Guide for busy days

By Keridwyn Deller

I often hear from friends and clients that it’s tricky to include self-care into their busy lives, so I was inspired to create this “7 Self-Care Quickies” guide as a free gift for everyone! This PDF guide shares 7 self-care “quickies” that can be done by even the busiest of people on the busiest of days.

The guide is short (just like you need it to be!) and many of the tips may surprise you! Discover how easily and naturally you can add some self-care into your busy day.

Get the free guide here.

Which tips are your favorites? What self-care quick tips do you have to add? Share in the comments on this post or in my Facebook group!

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“Indecent” at Seattle Rep is powerful, charming, and incredibly moving. (Now through October 26)

By Keridwyn Deller

Seattle Rep brings important, engaging, and relevant work to their audience. We are so fortunate to have the opportunity to experience the incredible production of “Indecent” here in Seattle now through October 26th.
“Indecent” takes us on the journey of the production of “Gods of Vengence,” starting with its first appearance in Yiddish in 1906 Poland to Broadway in 1920s and beyond. While the show calls upon the play-within-a-play device, and echos some moments of the familiar musical “Cabaret,” “Indecent” is like no other production I have seen. Extremely well cast and directed, Seattle Rep’s “Indecent” is rich, creative, bold, endearing, and relevant. How can a show be so powerful, and charming, and moving all at once? You’ll have to experience it for yourself.
In the Seattle Rep’s own words:
“A luminous representation of Jewish artists and music; and a reminder that love in all its forms provides solace in times of dark oppression, Indecent is the play we all need to see in 2019. Featuring a talented cast of actors and musicians, this production set in the 1920s tells the story of a troupe of actors performing Sholem Asch’s controversial God of Vengeance – with deep and unexpected consequences. Don’t miss out on the chance to see this riveting production, fresh from a wildly successful Broadway run.”
While the run continues through October 26th, I imagine word will get out quickly about how excellent this show is, so get your tickets now. Celebrate jewish culture, love, and rising above hate. The Washington Post nailed it when they described the play as “A eloquent account of art happening against all odds.” The Seattle Rep offers a selection of pay what you choose tickets on select dates (including this weekend) for those on a budget. The show runs 1 hour 45 minutes with no intermission.
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Photos by Bronwen Houck 

GIVEAWAY: Mental Massage, Hypnotherapy session, or Workshop

By Keridwyn Deller

Yes, I’m pretty darn excited in this photo. It’s true. Here’s why. Will you take a moment to celebrate with me?
 
I’m so grateful to help my Hypnotherapy clients achieve their goals and make the changes they want to see in their lives. It is such a joy to do this work.
Now, I’m not going to fill up this post with too much chatter – let’s get to the CELEBRATION!

I want to celebrate this milestone with a giveaway for you. Here’s how you can help me celebrate: enter to win one of the following:

🎁 A hypnotherapy session (one-on-one with me, in my office or online)
or
🎁 A “mental massage” online session (think of this like a spa treatment for your mind)
or
🎁 An entry into my upcoming (date TBD this Autumn) online Anti-Anxiety workshop

You can enter to win by joining my Reframe Your Brain free Facebook group and entering to win on the post here.

Thank you for celebrating with me and thank you to my Hypnotherapy clients who have allowed me to support you in making important changes in your life! ❤️

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Interested in my Hypnotherapy practice? Learn more at keridwyn.com.

Giveaway: Bubble Ball: Disco Dance & Champagne Tasting at Century Ballroom

By Keridwyn Deller

Century Ballroom is bringing back the Bubble Ball (Champagne Tasting and Disco Dance) on September 27! Facebook event page here.

Read on to learn more about this event, then keep reading to learn how to enter to win.

“One night only! Join us Friday, September 27 for a special champagne tasting and disco dance.

– 7:30-9:30pm Champagne Tasting
– 9:30pm Hustle Lesson
– 10:30pm-1am Disco Dance w/DJ Dana Dub

Tickets on sale now: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4325592.
21+”

Note: tickets in advance are for the whole night (Champagne tasting, hustle lesson, and disco dance). Tickets available at the door for just the dance or the lesson and dance.

 

Want to enter to win tickets to the dance?

Simple!

First: 

Make sure you’re signed up to receive SeattlePockets.com emails. See the “Sign Up for Blog Emails” box  – on the right at seattlepockets.com on a computer or after scrolling down past this post on your mobile device. (If it says “Thanks for Following” you’ve already signed up to get emails. Just make sure they aren’t going to your spam folder.)

Then:

you can enter via Facebook (or on this blog post if you don’t have Facebook):

To enter via Facebook, RSVP “Interested” or “Going” to the Facebook event page here. Then tag a friend in the comments on the event wall. Tag multiple friends (up to 8) on the event wall for up to 8 entries (Same comment for all friends is fine).

You’ll also want to comment on this blog post and let me know your name on Facebook, to finalize your entry.

Good luck! If you win, or not, I hope to see you on the dance floor for this fun evening!

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Enter by 9/20/19 at 11:59pm Pacific Time. Winner will be contacted the next day. All local, state, and federal rules apply.

Why you might want a “Follow” button on your personal Facebook page (and how to add one)

by Keridwyn Deller

Are you aware of the option to add a “follow” button to your personal facebook page?

(If you want to know what it looks like, you can view/click the one on my personal page at fb.com/keridwyn.)
I’m going to share the WHY first and then follow that with instructions on HOW after that. If you know you already want one, feel free to skip down to the part that says “So you want to have a “Follow” button too? Great. It’s easy.” 
Reasons WHY you may want to add a follow button:
Having a follow button on your personal facebook page (the one that you add and request friends from) allows people to follow your public posts without having friend status with you. In other words, when you share a post publicly, both your friends AND your followers will see it.
Maybe you get a lot of friend requests from people who admire you but who you don’t know well enough to “facebook friend.” Maybe you own a school or run an online course. Or work with clients. Or are an expert in your area and like to educate others. Or maybe you just don’t want to be facebook friends with everyone. Maybe you like to limit friends to people you have a certain level of intimacy with but still want to allow others to see what you have to say.
Some additional benefits of adding a follow button:
 
You can get the word out more by sharing public posts. When friends or followers see these posts, THEY can share them too and everyone they share it with will see it and be able to share. If you share something privately and a friend shares that post, only your mutual friends will see it.
Follow buttons = less awkwardness. You get a friend request from someone who doesn’t fit your definition of facebook friend. If you delete the request, they become a follower automatically and will see your public posts (and they won’t be notified you didn’t friend them).
You may want to expand your reach as an influencer or knowledgeable source. Here’s an example: Say I take a workshop from a yoga instructor named Amanda. Amanda doesn’t know me, she only taught me some moves! But I am a fan of Amanda and want to learn more about her. Plus, she seems pretty cool and I want to hear more about what she’s interested in. Now, if Amanda has a “Follow” button, I don’t have the awkward choice of deciding if I should send a friend request to her to stay in touch. I can just follow her! Thanks, Amanda!
Having a follow button is helpful for me as I’m in the wellness industry as a Hypnotherapist and because I run a Seattle entertainment blog. I work with clients in-person and online and am gearing up to take my group workshops online too and reach hundreds of additional clients. I get followers for these reasons. I choose to post some content publicly, some to “Friends-only” and some to select group of friends. It’s pretty great to have this feature.
You get the point. 
 
 
So you want to have a “Follow” button too?
Great. It’s easy. Here’s how:
1) Go to facebook.com and be sure you are logged in to your personal account (you’ll see your current personal profile pic at the top to the right of center.)
2) Click on the down arrow on the bar at the top of the page. It’s a tiny down-pointing triangle at the top near the far right side. This pulls up a drop down menu.
3) Select “Settings” from the drop down menu. This will pull up a new screen.
4) On the left, click “Public Posts.”
5) On the next screen, in the center near the top it says “Who Can Follow Me” – select “Public” in the grey box.
Facebook explains this (and a bit more about checking who is following you) here.
Any questions? Just ask. You can message me directly via my form at keridwyn.com/contact. Oh, and of course you can also follow me on facebook at fb.com/keridwyn. 🙂
After you set up your follow button, give yourself a gold star!
– Keridwyn

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As a social media marketer for 8+ years, I’ve had this question a lot. So I finally wrote a post about it. G Hope it helps. Drop me a line in the blog comments or via FB if it did (or if you have questions or need clarification on anything. If you have a question, it’s likely others do too.)

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GIVEAWAY: Fab networking with stunning views from the Space Needle!

Oh hey, friends! If you’ve been a long-time subscriber of my blog, you already know what my favorite Seattle networking event is. That’s right:

TOAST OF SEATTLE! And it’s back, this time at the Space Needle, on September 24 at 2019

Read on for your chance to get a free ticket for this wonderfully formatted networking event.

Why is Toast of Seattle so special? The format. You start by finding a table to sit at while you enjoy breakfast. Then, after some opening remarks, you network in a sort-of “speed-dating” inspired way: each person has 2 minutes to talk about their business. At the end of the round, everyone changes tables (you open up an envelope that shows you what table to go to next, no decision making required) and starts again. They guarantee you meet over 20 people in 2 hours. The structure makes networking efficient, productive, fun, and easy. It’s introduced me to some great people. In fact, I just had a lovely coffee meet-up with Jen Hope (a delightful business & executive coach) who I connected with earlier this year at a previous Toast!

Buy tickets here.

To enter to win a ticket to attend this great event:

First: 

  • Make sure you’re signed up to receive SeattlePockets.com emails. See the “Sign Up for Blog Emails” box  – on the right at seattlepockets.com on a computer or after scrolling down past this post on your mobile device. (If it says “Thanks for Following” you’ve already signed up to get emails. Just make sure they aren’t going to your spam folder.)

THEN you can do all or some of the following:

  • RSVP interested or going on the Facebook event page. and write I want to win tickets from seattlepockets.com on the event wall.
  • Tag a friend on the Instagram giveaway post at instagram.com/keridwyn. Tag multiple friends for multiple entries – one per comment
  • Comment on this blog post!

That’s it!

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Giveaway ends 9/9/19 at 11:59pm Pacific Time. All local, state, and federal rules apply.

GIVEAWAY: Wine event this Saturday 3-7pm for a GREAT cause! It’s the Belltown Crush Block Party.

By Keridwyn Deller

There’s a fun wine event in the streets of Belltown, Seattle this Saturday, August 24, 2019, complete with live music and a grape stomp, and now is your chance to enter to win 2 tickets.

The event benefits Plymouth Housing, which does great work in our community in their mission to end homelessness.

Buy tickets here.

Facebook event page here.

More about the event, in their own words:

“Support Plymouth’s mission to end homelessness during a fun Saturday afternoon with friends and neighbors at our annual beer and wine festival. We’ll have a wine and beer garden, grape stomping competition, live music, and noshes from local eateries to celebrate the final stretch of summer!

Entertainment:

3 – 4:15 p.m. The Seattle Women’s Steel Pan Project
4:30 – 5 p.m. Grape Stomping Competition
5 – 7 p.m. Café com Leite

3 – 7 p.m. DJ EPop
Chalk art by Raziah Roushan, Artist

Wine from Cascadian Outfitters, Cadence Winery, Ambassador Wines Of Washington, Basel Cellars, The Woodhouse Wine Estates, Michael Florentino Cellars, Drum Roll Wine, Abbe Vineyard and Winery, Rooted Souls Winery, The Princess & The Bear Wines, Willamette Valley Vineyards, Gard Vintners, Lawrelin Wines, Patterson Cellars, and J Bookwalter Wines.

Beer from Watts Brewing Company, Optimism Brewing Company, and Tin Dog Brewing. Cider from Pear Up Cider.”

Buy your tickets here. 

Check out their Facebook page here.

To enter to win:

First: Make sure you’re signed up to receive SeattlePockets.com emails (see the “Sign Up for Blog Emails” box on the right at seattlepockets.com – if it says “Thanks for Following” you’ve already signed up to get emails. Just make sure they aren’t going to your spam folder.)

THEN you can do all or some of the following:

Comment on the giveaway post at fb.com/seattlepockets. Tag a friend (or multiple friends – one per comment) & be sure to RSVP interested or going on the Facebook event page.

Tag a friend on the Instagram giveaway post at instagram.com/keridwyn. Tag multiple friends for multiple entries – one per comment

Comment on this blog post!

That’s it!

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That’s it! Giveaway ends at 11:59pm Pacific Time 8/22/19. All local, state & federal rules apply. Winner will be contacted before noon 8/23/19.