It may have taken 500 attempts to clear some of these stages but we’ve completed them all and are excited to share our top picks! This one goes to “The Keeper of The Forest” stage by Anton G. Our fingers became basically defunct once we finally cleared it. Before closing, we also have some runner-ups in each category that we think deserve honorable mention: First runner-up was Len’s stage named “YJF Printer: Yeah, Jam, and Fury”, a strong candidate for the Yeah League.For the first category we have the winner of Yeah League, a.k.a. It was our largest submission in size by far and was downright pleasant to look at while exploring. We really enjoyed climbing over giant pixelated renditions of Yeah Jam Fury, based on sprites created by our very own SSF2 dev Friend Alias (a.k.a. And finally Kirbyrocket’s “Thinking Outside” stage was a mighty contender for Fury League.Maybe you feel guilty because you really want to help others, but you say yes so much to them that you're on the verge of burnout – and this will make you less healthy and less helpful.Whether you say "yes" instead of no out of guilt, inner conflict, or a misguided notion that you can "do it all," learning to say no to more requests can be one of the biggest favors you can do yourself and those you love.That's right, sometimes it helps to stall until you have a chance to fully look at how saying "yes" to this new commitment may affect your life and the lives of those who already depend on you. If pressured as to why, reply that it doesn’t fit into your schedule, and change the subject.Most reasonable people will accept this as an answer, so if someone keeps pressuring you, they’re being rude, and it’s OK to just repeat, “I’m sorry, but this just doesn’t fit with my schedule," and change the subject, or even walk away if you have to. Nameservers are ns.clausweb.ro, ns.registar.ro, ns.
The stage layout really threw us for a loop at first, but we are Yeah Jam Fury masters!
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If you’re uncomfortable being so firm or are dealing with pushy people, it’s OK to say, “Let me think about it and get back to you.” This gives you a chance to review your schedule, as well as your feelings about saying "yes" to another commitment, do a cost-benefit analysis, and then get back to them with a yes or no.
Most importantly, this tactic helps you avoid letting yourself be pressured into overscheduling your life and taking on too much stress.
There's absolutely nothing wrong with saying no when you need to (and simply not having the energy to do everything you're asked, or wanting to prioritize self-care counts as an instance when you need to say no), it helps reduce stress levels and gives you time for what’s really important.