Tag Archives: Vacation

Lessons From Summer Vacation

Like it or not, summer is drawing to a close. Many have already returned to work or school, getting back into the groove. As the pressures of the daily routine resume, memories of summer, leisure and vacation can quickly fade. Recently, I was on a vacation and saw this image: These three words – float,

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Making Vacation Work

Vacations are important. Our brains and bodies need down time to rest and create. To make your vacation “work” for you, here are a few suggestions: BEFORE YOU GO: Use a good packing list. “Eat down” your perishables before you leave. Take advantage of this emptiness to clean your fridge, and make a list of

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Bracing for Re-entry

  Ever get a sick feeling as you are driving up to your house after a vacation? Thoughts of laundry, mail, and bills tumble together with concerns about backlogged work and unknown challenges. The Seana Method calls this time “re-entry,” and it can be a tricky and depressing time. Here are some ideas on how

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