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Go get ’em, Tiger!

You can do it!

You can do it!

Am I the only one who kind of has a case of the Tuesdays? I am pretty behind on my normal tasks because of all the amazing things I got to do last week. Plus, I missed work yesterday because my little STEMinista wasn’t feeling well. Today, I’m feeling a little overwhelmed from all the catchup work I have ahead of me.  I thought we could all use some animal motivation to power through the evening and the rest of the week. Big things happen when you attack your goals!

Plus, later this week, we’re going to have another tiger-themed discussion – I can’t wait!! Go get ‘em, all you STEM tigers!

–theSTEMinista

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