We are looking at new dates for the Spring Cornhole Tournament- please keep your eyes peeled for the new date!
Thank you to our May 7th Cornhole Tournament Sponsors!
Hopson Lumber Companyhttps://www.facebook.com/HopsonLumber/
Kozzy’s on Mainhttps://www.facebook.com/kozzysBG
Twin City Toyota https://www.twincitytoyota.com/
Johnston Construction http://www.johnston-construction.com/
First State Community Bank https://www.fscb.com/
Enterprise Bank and Trust https://www.enterprisebank.com/locations/desoto/
Pogolino’s Desoto https://www.facebook.com/Pogolinos-of-DeSoto-352677575130
Werner C Stichling & Associates, Inchttps://stichlingassociates.com/
Reducing stress by building boundaries and reclaiming inner calm
For many of us, the last few years have blurred the lines between work and home. Chronic stress and burnout are on the rise, but with simple strategies for scheduling breaks, building boundaries, and winding down your workday, you can reduce stress and reclaim your inner calm.
Take scheduled breaks
Keep daily stress in check with planned pauses in your workday for standing, stretching, and breathing. These simple activities have an immediate calming effect for the body and mind. Try deep breathing for just one minute and end with an easy stretch. Repeat as needed to refresh and refocus.
Create work-life harmony
It’s easy to get caught up in today’s culture of busyness and anchor our self-worth around a packed to-do list. This is unsustainable and can lead to burnout. Be honest with yourself about your workload. Set a reasonable schedule and let that be your guide. Commit to your boundaries and don’t be afraid to say no to unnecessary meetings.
Unplug to recharge
Just as your phone needs to recharge after constant use, so does your brain. It’s important to mentally shut off from work mode and let your mind unwind. A quick meditation can help you close out each day to shift your focus to restorative activities like connecting with others or getting a good night’s rest.
Double Up Food Bucks at the market again!
Get more fruits & vegetables when you use your EBT card at the DeSoto Farmers’ Market!
It’s easy with Double Up Food Bucks. Stretch your food dollars for more fruits and vegetables. Here’s how it works:
- Bring your SNAP EBT Card to the farmers market office before you shop. Market staff are there to help.
- Purchase SNAP tokens to redeem on any SNAP eligible items with the vendors at the market.
- We’ll match every dollar you spend with FREE Double Up Food Bucks tokens – up to $25, every market day. Use them right away or later to redeem on locally grown fruits & vegetables.
Please note: our tokens this season will be aqua colored. Tokens are only interchangeable at markets using the same color tokens.
Have questions? Email or contact us!
Cornhole Tournament Announcement!
Our first tournament of the year will be May 7th, which coincides with the opening of the DeSoto Farmers’ Market. We’re again offering higher payouts for winning teams and more funky prizes for those who are adventurous.
This is a fundraiser and chance to try something new! Bring your own partner and bags. 🙂 House bags will be available. We’ll follow ACL format/rules.
Registration is $40 per team with early bird registration of $35 through April 23, 2022.
Registration and practice begins at 1 PM. Bags fly at 2 PM on May 7th! Please bring your own food and drinks, and we’ll have a few snacks for sale.
Additional games throughout the day as time allows. These might include Last Man Standing, Money Shot, Airmail Challenge, etc.
In partnership with JeffCo Cornhole – JCC.
You can also print and mail a paper form here.
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