Tag Archives: stress

Holiday Lies We Believe

Every year around the holidays- in spite of the festivity – many people find themselves feeling stressed, depressed and dejected. This is due (at least in part) to the way we compare ourselves to a plethora of pre-conceived notions and unrealistic expectations. If you feel like you are not measuring up, odds are that you have

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Halting the Hurry Habit

It seems like everywhere you look today, people are in a hurry. We race to work, rush through our assignments, multi-task, and run “orange” lights. For many of us, hurry has become a habit. We get so used to rushing around that we only feel comfortable when we are moving full speed ahead. Unfortunately… Hurry

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Holiday Time Savers

Regardless of your age and stage, the holiday season is busy. One moment you are munching Halloween candy, and the next you wonder how will you possibly finish your to-do list in time. Finding ways to make the most of each minute is worth the effort. Here are a few suggestions: “Buy” Rather Than “Shop”

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Getting Dinner Done

Getting dinner made and served can be a challenge.  Every evening we face obstacles such as children’s activities, work crises, and traffic. Take-out can be a quick answer, but it is expensive, can be unhealthy, and still requires a trip in the car. Short of adding an extra hour between 5pm and 6pm (still working

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Why You Are Stressed

Stress is something we all endure. It hovers over us like a specter, stealing joy and making us worthless. But where does it come from? Why does it ebb and flow? In working with clients – both students and adults alike – I’ve identified two major factors which influence our stress level. Time we have

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