Want to make this festive season meaningful?

It’s time to heal, to recover and to live a meaningful life this December.

Thank you for a beautiful year! For sharing your journey with me and allowing me to support you in creating a life and career/business that you love – one that inspires and fulfills you and offers you the opportunity to positively impact others.

We’ve shared the challenges that 2020 hurled at us. We may be a bit (or a lot) battered and bruised but may I encourage you to hold onto hope.

If we don’t have hope, we have nothing so:

• Actively look for and recognise all that is good in your life, no matter how small #gratitude
• Allow yourself time to feel, to heal, and to re-energise.
Look out for our ‘Burnout Recovery and Prevention’ experience.
• Allow yourself to dream and re-connect with what excites you.
Look out for our ‘Bucket List Dream Board’ experience coming in January
• What you focus on expands so focus on making the lives of others a little better. It doesn’t always have to involve donating money.

Want to do something meaningful this festive season?

 Shop with a Purpose

Having an (e-commerce) store has been on my personal wishlist and #bucketlist for decades BUT this is even better! It’s not just an e-commerce online shopping experience but the opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of others while supporting local small businesses. It’s a win-win-win!

When I registered JustOneThing365 as a non-profit, I wanted us to be sustainable – to generate income instead of merely relying on donations.

For our very first range of unique gifts for pets and people, we’ve collaborated with some of our favourite eco-friendly, ethical, conscious and cruelty-free brands who are each donating a % of their sales to JustOneThing365 NPC, in support of our sterilisation drive for vulnerable pets in the disadvantaged communities, in the south of Johannesburg, South Africa.

Give a gift that ‘gives back’ this festive season and support small, local businesses.

Please check out and share https://justonething365.com/shop

Join our outreaches

Want to get involved and do something meaningful this over the holidays?

If you’ve joined one of our JustOneThing365 Santa events before, you’ll know how much fun, rewarding and special they are.

COVID-19 safety protocols have limited what we normally do so we’re adjusting the ‘how’ and going on regardless and hope that you’ll join us.

You can volunteer, donate new/used items or rally friends, family and colleagues by sharing our initiatives.

* PS> Please bear with us as we finalise the details. Join our tribe on Facebook & Instagram for campaign details that we’ll be posting throughout December.

Here’s a sneak peek into what’s coming. We hope you’ll join and bring your tribe!

– Santa Paws #fortheanimals
– Santa For Seniors #forhumanity
– Santa For Juniors #forhumanity
– Joy to our Planet #fortheplanet

A gorgeous day/evening to you and see you soon #dogoogers 😉

Featured image by Mel Poole on Unsplash

Written by Petra Laranjo

Hello, my name is Petra, a Clarity and Confidence Coach, Personal Brand specialist, inspirational speaker, author of 'Living On Purpose' self-help and career development book, founder of the JustOneThing365 social impact non-profit and #rescuedogmom.

3rd December 2020

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