Friday, December 3, 2010


  1. Prepare for stress now by storing up tranquility with relaxation techniques that clear the mind and create a physical calmness, like prayer, meditation, exercise, etc. If you need more time to do this, give up something unnecessary, like worrying, watching T.V., playing video games, etc.

  2. Prioritize what must be done and eliminate anything that falls at the bottom. Always put “down” time at the top to stay relaxed because this creates clear thinking for good decisions.

  3. Think about what experiences you want but be realistic on your limitations. Placing boundaries and thinking creatively are much more advantageous than trying to control with anger or manipulation.

  4. Keep your expectations low, so disappointments stay low, too. Know and accept people how they really are and don’t assume they will be more cooperative for the holidays.

  5. Need help with specific situations? Call or email me (618-917-5874 or for FREE holiday advice from December 3, 2010 until January 3, 2011.

Experiment with this adventure called life and have fun! Happy Holidays!

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